65 sq. ft. Apartments in Shanghai Sell for $135,000

Skyrocketing housing prices have Chinese buying increasingly tiny living spaces. Nine apartments in Shenzhen, in southern China’s Guangdong province, measuring around 6 square meters each were all sold in a single morning, Guangzhou Daily reported Sunday.

Each tiny home is equipped with a bed that folds into the closet to make the most of the limited space available. And the new homeowners will receive an extra 6 square meters free of charge in the form of a kitchen-cum-bathroom setup. The homes sold for an average price of 150,000 yuan ($22,500) per square meter.

  • 6 sq. meters = 65 sq. ft.
  • $22,500 per sq. meter = $135,000
  • 5.73 sq. meters to 7.48 square meters = 62 sq. ft. to 81 sq. ft.

One Response to 65 sq. ft. Apartments in Shanghai Sell for $135,000

  1. Anon says:

    wow

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