Nationwide, the tiny living movement has continued to gain traction and popular interest. A similar movement is being built in Georgia, though locals say it lags behind larger movements in other states.
"Atlantans want to see the city embrace a broad spectrum of housing options,” Hall said in the release. “Many cities across the U.S. are experiencing increased demand for apartments and homes that occupy a smaller footprint than traditional residences. These alternatives are typically less expensive than traditional apartments and homes.
"My legislation will help us identify impediments and opportunities for a new generation of city residents who are looking for new residential living alternatives.”