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Tiny Homes village for veterans in Myrtle Beach will be completed soon

After the first veterans have moved in, construction of phase 2, including an information center next to the village, will begin.

Tiny homes for veterans will soon open in Myrtle Beach.

The Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center has announced that it is about a month away from opening its tiny house village.

The project has been in the works for more than two years.

The houses have now been furnished and the garden landscaping has been completed. The final step is to complete the parking lot, which is expected to take two to three weeks. Once completed, the center will work with city officials to schedule an inspection that will certify occupancy. The 23 homes will then be ready to move in after a few facilities.

The homes will act as a way to help homeless veterans get back on their feet so they can move on their own.

After the first veterans have moved in, construction of phase 2, including an information center next to the village, will begin.