Richard Nuttall moved from a makeshift camp in Vancouver, B.C., to a small modular housing unit. He says it feels “too good to be true.” Nuttal’s new home is among 250 prefabricated modular homes built in Vancouver in the past two years, with many more on the way.
Richard Nuttall moved from a makeshift camp in Vancouver, B.C., to a small modular housing unit. He says it feels “too good to be true.” Nuttal’s new home is among 250 prefabricated modular homes built in Vancouver in the past two years, with many more on the way. Alan Berner The Seattle Times
Richard Nuttall moved from a makeshift camp in Vancouver, B.C., to a small modular housing unit. He says it feels “too good to be true.” Nuttal’s new home is among 250 prefabricated modular homes built in Vancouver in the past two years, with many more on the way. Alan Berner The Seattle Times