Zane-Wolff Veterans Village

Fritz ArchitectureZane-Wolff Veterans Village

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This collection of 14 tiny homes provides housing for homeless veterans on a county-owned parcel in Santa Rosa, CA. Each unit is 250 square feet and accessible. With an entry porch, a living/sleeping space, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a walk-in closet, these units are compact, but comfortable. Units are reached along common paths and arranged around a landscaped meadow and seating area. A common laundry facility is accessible to all residents.

Press coverage of the project may be seen at the links below.

News of the North Bay Project Dedication Coverage

KTVU Coverage of Project Dedication

Press Democrat Coverage of the Project

  • Date Published: Completed February 2019
  • Categories: Multi-Family
  • Client: Community Housing Sonoma County
  • Website:

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