Austin Startup, Kasita, Visits Seven Cities to Preview Its Solution to Housing Crises

AUSTIN, Texas, March 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Kasita manufactured homes and communities are known for high-design and high-quality while occupying small financial and geographic footprints. The Austin-based startup is pioneering the future of housing by offering America’s cities a solution to a lack of housing supply and associated housing costs, construction complications, disaster relief, workforce housing and providing aging populations an opportunity to earn passive income through the addition of accessory dwelling units to properties they own.

Starting in Culver City, California on March 30th, Kasita kicks off its first-ever “Roadshow,” visiting the cities of San Jose, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Reno and Denver, all of which are affected by the housing crisis. Whether it be a shortage in affordable urban living, overcrowding or a need for more multifamily living options, each location faces their own unique issues for which Kasita is a solution. On the Roadshow, Kasita will bring its widely-acclaimed innovations from concept to experience, showcasing the latest iteration of “Independent,” the brand’s single-family micro-home / accessory dwelling unit (ADU), and share additional insights on its newly-launched “Community” model – a stackable, multi-family platform.

“We can build a Kasita home in less than a month and they are move-in ready the day they are installed. At a starting price of $89,000, we offer homeowners, developers and hoteliers a value-driven quality product that solves many of the usual hassles of construction, allowing developers to bring product to market 40-50% faster than conventional construction. Kasita occupies a small footprint allowing for installation on land areas otherwise overlooked by developers as suitable for housing,” says Martyn Hoffmann, Kasita CEO.

The Roadshow will visit seven U.S. cities, concluding at the influential Urban Land Institute real estate conference in Detroit:

March 30-31, The Platform, Culver City, Calif. 8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 April 3-4, Swenson Builders’ Lot, San Jose, Calif. 115 Terraine Street, San Jose, CA 95110 April 6-7, Mission Bay, San Francisco, Calif. 4th St & Mission Bay Boulevard North, San Francisco, CA 94158 April 10-11, Luther Burbank Performing Arts Center, Santa Rosa, Calif. 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 April 13-15, City Plaza, Reno, Nev. 10 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89501 April 20-21, Great Divide, Denver, Colo. 1812 35th St, Denver, CO 80216 May 1-3, Urban Land Institute, Detroit, Mich. COBO Center 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

In each market, Kasita will invite potential dwellers, interested renters, real estate developers and media to enter and personally experience Kasita living for the first time outside of Austin. Highlights of the cross-country Roadshow include open houses, VIP events, private tours, breakfast parties and cocktail hours in desirable locations, such as The Platform in Culver City and the Great Divide Brewing Company Barrel Bar in Denver. Visitors will be able to test mood-activated smart home technologies that come standard with each unit as well as appreciate the marriage of high design and high amenity that Kasita is known for.

For questions and comments related to the Kasita Roadshow, please email kasita@thedooronline.com. For more information on Kasita, please visit www.kasita.com.

CONTACTS:
To schedule an interview or tour contact:
Susannah Haddad // susannah@kasita.com // 512-619-1939

For media inquiries contact:
The Door // kasita@thedooronline.com // 646-340-1760

For general inquiries contact:
hello@kasita.com

Press Kit:
https://kasita.com/press/
Brand Video: https://vimeo.com/253283168

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