“Known for his lauded, experimental residential projects, architect Jonathan Tate has found a way to push the envelope once more. This time, Tate built two single-family homes in the Milan area, both supported in part by Pittsburgh-based real estate crowdfunding site Small Change.” writes Missy Wilkinson of Curbed New Orleans.
OJT (Office of Jonathan Tate) is not afraid to try something new. The JOBS Act , which was signed into law in 2012, not only made it possible for the crowd to invest in business, but for anyone over the age of 18 to invest. And Starter Home Two was the first ever project open to all investors on Small Change.
The 3-bedroom houses have been built on odd-shaped lots at 3609 – 3613 S.Saratoga Street, in Milan, a transitioning, inner-city neighborhood of New Orleans. Modern in design, the houses feature curved layered surfaces to draw a visual link to the historic houses in the area, while being energy efficient with all mod cons.
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Image courtesy of OJT (Office of Jonathan Tate)