Refuel Irvington is open for bookings.
The project, started less than a year ago, is inspired by “human scale design” said owner and developer Albert Pollard Jr.
“While I wanted to create a place for a getaway, I specifically wanted to design something that would inspire guests long after they leave. More and bigger is not always better,” he said.
Each cottage is a tad less than 400 square feet and laid out on a courtyard planted with native trees and shrubs. As one would expect from a stay in a tiny home, all units have….
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