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Bachelor Pads

Men are more likely to consider micro-living than women, according to a new survey by the consultancy Software Advice. The survey defines micro-units as apartments under 400 square feet—which honestly sounds like a normal studio in SF, where our tiniest units are between 220 and 300 square feet. The survey found that among renters who are very likely to consider a micro-apartment, 59 percent are men. Men were also more likely to favor counter space over closet space, which kind of makes sense, given that microhousing is the residential equivalent of the adult onesie. [Software Advice; Racked SF; previously]