A new company celebrated the launch of its first tiny house at the East Kentucky Business Park in Martin County on April 28.
Lexington resident Harrison Langley opened the company, Boxvana, in 2018 and started manufacturing tiny homes from the business park recently.
Boxvana’s move to the industrial park was made possible through work by officials at the Big Sandy Regional Industrial Authority, the Big Sandy Area Development District, One East Kentucky, Floyd County Judge-Executive Robbie Williams, the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program and others.
The tiny home that was unveiled on Tuesday is 12 feet by 30 feet and features gabled ceilings and radiant floor heating. It was built to be accessible to people with disabilities and features numerous amenities, including appliances built especially to fit in a tiny home. The company offers these tiny homes to the public, giving them the option to provide input and offering the addition of customizable smarthome technologies.
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