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The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, Tokyo Unit
At 350 square feet, The Tokyo unit name implies exactly what it is — micro-living a la Japan. Courtesy of The Ivy Lofts
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016
The 24-story micro-condo building will house 550 units starting as compact as 350 square feet.  Courtesy of The Ivy Lofts
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, Paris unit
The Paris unit feels particularly spacious at  Courtesy of The Ivy Lofts
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, Jason Franklin
The Ivy Lofts director of sales Jason Franklin. Photo by Shelby Hodge
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, The New York
The New York unit main living area.  Photo by Shelby Hodge
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, The New York
In the New York unit, the small dining table/desk folds under when the murphy bed comes down. Photo by Shelby Hodge
The Ivy Lofts, March 2016, Jason Franklin
A scale model of the high-rise condo at the new sales center. Photo by Shelby Hodge