This summer, six brightly colored tiny homes found their way to Nashville's Green Street Church of Christ. But the occupants aren't fashionable trendsetters. Instead, they are homeless folks who once lived in tents. In addition to four walls and a roof, the 60-square-foot dwellings include Murphy beds, laminate flooring, and a door that locks—all for a modest price to build.

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