Johnson anticipates the homes will be move-in ready in about a year.
Wolf Industries’ primary customers are people looking to build backyard accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, for family members.
More recently, the company has delved into multifamily projects. It’s slated to build 21 tiny homes further north in Fruit Valley for the local housing nonprofit Community Roots Collaborative. Tenants would pay down their 300-square-foot houses in a lease-to-own contract that costs tenants $700 a month.
Wolf Industries also built homes for Northern California wildfire victims looking to get back on their feet through Homes for Sonoma. And, the company is wrapping up cluster of riverfront cabins in Boardman, Ore.