We have several new houses under construction here in Seward, with most of them at the edge of town. This is an exception in the heart of the original housing area at 3rd and Roberts street. It occupies a quarter of a block which was the setting for two houses at one time. There is a "For Sale" sign already posted but I have no idea of what the room arrangements may be nor of the asking price. But it does appear to be a very efficient use of limited building space.
We have several duplexes in our central city area and one site with 4 zero lot-line houses. We have a duplex across the street from us which was built when an old house was removed. While such units provide a certain amount of efficiency, it is apparent that there were no provisions made for the large garbage containers now in use. The single car garage also leads on on-street parking of the 2nd (or more) vehicles. I think a City Ordinance may be necessary for brightly colored garbage cans in public view.