ESCAPE Sees Increased Consumer Demand For Tiny RV Homes
Urbananites Are Cityscaping To Live Safe & Small
Rice Lake, WI – – July 2020 – – ESCAPE – a pioneer of the tiny home movement with designs that Forbes has called “the world’s most beautiful” – has experienced a surge in tiny RV home sales as consumers leave city life for a more secure setting.
Tim Mastic is one of those consumers. The 31-year-old software implementation manager who works remotely for iCIMS, (a talent acquisition company based in New Jersey), is the first resident at the new ESCAPE Tampa Bay Village.
The Village is the latest offering from ESCAPE as a way for folks to simplify, save money and find a safe haven. The unique community of 10 eco-efficient tiny homes features outdoor living and workat-home space within a park-like setting close to downtown Tampa.
“For many, ‘Cityscaping’ means having the space to breathe, “says ESCAPE founder, Dan Dobrowolski. “We’re delivering our tiny RV homes to areas outside of New York City, San Francisco, Tampa and more, as homeowners seek peace of mind and open space
during this COVID-19 era.”
Others include a Manhattan executive who is now living and working in an ESCAPE One XL on acreage in the Hudson Valley and Mastic was drawn to the privacy of ESCAPE Tampa Bay Village.
“It’s like an intimate, upscale campground,” says Mastic. “I can still get into the city within minutes but feel like I am worlds away as my tiny RV home features solar power, a private deck, and nature at my doorstep.”
ESCAPE One & One XL and the ESCAPE Boho XL are popular designs at the Village and are also gaining a lot of interest with Cityscapers who are purchasing them and placing them on more rural settings across the country.
“We’re delivering our tiny RV homes on wheels to people all over the country who want the flexibility to move anywhere they wish,” says Dobrowolski. “California, Connecticut, Florida, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Texas and everywhere in between.”
The modern, tiny homes can sleep from as many as 6 to 8 people, are wrapped in windows to draw the outdoors in, feature open living and dining floor plans, full-size kitchens and baths, and spacious bedrooms and lofts.
The homes are transported via their own trailer, feature climate control systems that can withstand extreme cold and heat, and hook up to power and water within minutes, making them flexible for wherever and whenever their owner wishes to travel.
“Now, more than ever, people are looking for space to breathe,” says Dobrowolski. “We’re helping them do so by providing a lifestyle of comfort and mobility.”
ESCAPE One XL Images (Photo Credit: ESCAPE RV/Steve Niedorf)
ESCAPE Village Tampa Bay Images
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 are inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.
Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, a graduate of USF in Tampa and former TV personality on WFLA-TV in Tampa, 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.
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