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CLEVELAND- Cleveland City Councilman Matt Zone helped unveil plans for tiny homes in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood on Thursday.

The first house will be 600 square feet, with two bedrooms, a kitchen and a second-floor loft. During Thursday's event, organizers showed possible floor plans and layouts at West 58th Street and Pear Avenue.

The cost of the small homes is still being determined, but it could be between $80,000 and $120,000.

The project is part of a partnership between the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Citizens Bank.

Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway EcoVillage neighborhood