Tackling Six Nations Housing Crisis

Tiny homes could dot the Six Nations landscape.

By Lisa Iesse Writer SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND – Crowds flocked to the ‘Six Nations Tiny Homes’ open house with models available for about $200,000. The Six Nations Grad River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) is launching a pilot project that made its public debut at Oneida Business Park on Wednesday (August 16). Inside 50 Generations Drive, hundreds of community members stepped inside for a tour or a quick peak. There, two model homes captured the hearts of attendees; a 480 square foot, 1-bedroom model is called the “Sparrow,” and a 960 square foot, 3-bedroom model is called the “Heron.” “Dude (Robert) Bomberry is our head construction guy and he’s done a great job assembling a team to build. We’ve had a good team of folks who are talented and we’ve…

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