NYC-Based Photojournalist Received Free Tiny Home to Use as Tiny Vacation Airbnb In NYC
Rice Lake, WI — May 14, 2019 – – New York City-based photojournalist Brenda Ann Kenneally has opened the doors to her new ESCAPE Boho NY – – a 183 square-foot tiny home on wheels that she just received as part of the Free ESCAPE Tiny House Program.
Kenneally has situated her tiny vacation house adjacent to her photo studio in Queens as a haven for working artists, writers, poets or anyone seeking a break from the bustle of the city.
“ESCAPE Homes is giving me the chance to have a home sustain itself, as a rental income, while also continuing my career as a documentary photographer,” says Kenneally, a Guggenheim Fellow and Pulitzer Prize nominee whose work has been featured in New York Times magazine and Rolling Stone.
Kenneally received her free tiny vacation cottage from ESCAPE Homes. It it hers to use for one year to introduce the tiny home vacation experience to people while building a “tiny” business along the way.
“Brenda Ann is the perfect partner,” says ESCAPE Homes founder, Dan Dobrowolski. “She’s creative and fun and will be a great vacation host to folks visiting the NYC area.”
ESCAPE Boho NY features a queen-sized bed with TV & BluRay DVD player, living area with built-in couch that folds flat for lounging or additional sleeping, kitchen with maple cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, wet bar with mini fridge, bathroom with a 36” shower and Toto toilet and room to sleep up to four people.
Program partners manage their tiny home vacation rental for a one-year period (via Airbnb or an equivalent) and receive 40% of total revenue after any booking, credit card or other fees associated with the direct rental of the unit. They also have the option to purchase the tiny home for their own use at any time.
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About ESCAPE Homes
ESCAPE Homes is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of innovative portable tiny homes that blend the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.
Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury, and Kelly Davis (AIA) award winning architect emeritus from SALA Architects in Minneapolis, to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE Homes is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way.