Birdcage Chandelier Gets Birdcaged for $20K
New Birdcages are coming to the U.S. for the first time.
They’re all part of a $20 million program to create affordable housing for homeless veterans.
It’s the latest in a wave of projects to be funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD.
They have a range of costs ranging from a couple hundred dollars for a small studio to a couple of thousand for a large, full-size apartment.
HUD says it is helping to reduce homelessness by about 3 million Americans in fiscal 2017.
A birdcage in New York, June 30, 2017.
Photo by Eric Risberg/Getty Images The goal is to create a community that is not only livable but also affordable.
The $20,000 for a birdcages, which are often built of recycled materials and wood, costs about $300,000.
The housing is being offered at three different locations, according to the HUD website.
At a bird cage, you get a lot of space to be outdoors and outdoorsy.
There are two types of bird cages: Birdcaging chandeliers and bird cages.
One type of bird cage costs $5,000 and comes with a lot more room than the other two types.
They are both made of wood and metal, and they are made for veterans with disabilities.
They are designed to fit on a single bed or small living room and are covered in an insulating blanket to keep people warm in the winter.
Another type of cage costs about the same amount as the other types, but comes with more room and has a window so you can look out.
The birds are then put into a small room and the whole room can be covered with a layer of blankets.
One-bedroom units typically cost about $2,000 per month.
Two-bedroom apartments cost about one-third of that, and three-bedroom homes cost about half.
The birds are supposed to last four years and be used for a minimum of two years.
HUD says it expects to create at least 50,000 bird cages over the next four years.
The money is meant to be used to build new bird cages and help veterans get housing and stay out of the shelter system.
As part of the HUD program, which will end in 2024, HUD is also looking to expand the birdcaging program to other cities, states, and provinces.
These bird cages are used in shelters across the country.
The project is also helping to expand affordable housing options for veterans.
The Department of Agriculture estimates that there are over 1.4 million homeless vets in the United States, and nearly half of them are veterans.
In New York City, for instance, there are at least 2,400 homeless vets, according to the New York Times.
This project is just one part of an effort by HUD to help veterans and their families.
Last year, the agency announced the opening of a new shelter in New Jersey.
This is the first shelter for veterans in the state.
The New Jersey Shelter for Veterans opened in 2018, but the state still has more than 100 vets waiting for housing.
HUD says that if you have an emergency or are homeless and would like to be considered for a shelter, please contact the New Jersey Department of Homeless Services.
(h/t: Fox News)