And as I mentioned in that post, in Traverse City we refer to them as ADU's.
Vancouver now allows 'laneway houses' and they look amazing.
See the Globe and Mail: Living small in Vancouver
The city’s first laneway house to be installed on a permanent site attracted a crowd of more than 1,000 to a two-day open house over the weekend.Via TH: Vancouver's EcoDensity Program Produces an Explosion of Small Green Modern Design
If it’s an indication of demand for the 500- to 750-square-foot homes, then business may soon be booming for developers in the business of building these prefab constructions.
When I saw these designs I immediately thought of the business opportunity this could be for Traverse City's own Cottage In A Day to provide a local pre-fab solution if this type of design were ever permitted.
It has to be simply a matter of time until a critical mass of homeowners in Traverse City realize that allowing detached dwellings makes a lot of sense in many ways.