Tiny home village in Denver’s RiNo Art District. (credit: CBS)
DENVER (CBS4) – Life in a goldfish bowl has officially ended for residents at the Beloved Community Village in Denver’s RiNO neighborhood.
The crowd-funded tiny homes house formerly homeless residents hoping to start new lives.
Many residents complained about lack of privacy- specifically outsiders, peering through the chain link fence surrounding the village.
Now, the RiNo Art District has come up with a creative solution. A new privacy fence was installed that serves as both an artistic expression, and a buffer to protect residents from the outside world.
Swaths of color have added peace of mind to residents of Denver’s tiny home village.