NASHVILLE, Tenn. - New developments have emerged on the new way to help our city's homeless.
Earlier this week, the plans were announced to create a village in Nashville full of micro homes.
These homes have been approximately 60-square foot structures with a bed, electricity and air conditioning.
Infinity Fellowship dedicated the village Friday morning in North Nashville.
There were four homes on the lot with two more on the way, and the group said they have plans to keep building.
“The vision is to continue to add homes, so if people want to sponsor a home, they can do that. We’ll build them for them, and we’ll bring them over here,” said Reverend Jeff Carr, of Infinity Fellowship. “This lot can hold up to 25 homes, and I think it would be a great thing for Nashville to replace the tents with solid micro homes.”
Infinity Fellowship partnered with Green Street Church of Christ for the project.
The village now sits on their property in North Nashville.