Take a tour of tiny home community built in Detroit to help those in need

Posted at 7:05 AM, May 25, 2017

It's an initiative aimed at combating homelessness in metro Detroit. 

Cass Community Social Services is building up a tiny home neighborhood in the city of Detroit, creating an opportunity to provide permanent housing to low and moderate income families. 

To help support the organization's efforts, starting today through May 27, people are invited to tour six of the newest homes in the neighborhood while sampling "tiny treats."

According to Cass Community Social Services, each home is unique and 350-400 square ft. 

Tickets to the Cass Community Social Services Tiny Homes Progressive Tour will be $75 per person or $100 for two people. 

The hour-long tours happen every 10 minutes starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 9 p.m.

You can reserve a tour spot here.