I want to purchase a hotel and sell rooms that have been renovated into tiny apartments that can accommodate one couple.
Living together will reduce costs for all and the rent can reinvested in green tech for the hotel.
Are there any obvious downfalls to this style of living besides being so close to others?
Also, are there any environmental costs associated with hotels specifically?
Edit1: the type of hotel i am looking for is something multistory to take advantage of as much vertical space as possible.
I plan to start this in the united states possibly California due to high need for low cost residences. If i start it in california i will use solar panels for electricity.
the kitchens in each apartment will have to be tied into the bathroom plumbing. i was thinking a kitchen in a cabinet design.
i will use the food service kitchen as a food delivery service for the residents, having one kitchen serve many residences will reduce electrical waste. the main kitchen will use gas ideally methane produced on-site by anaerobically digesting organic and black water waste produced by each unit and the aquaponics system installed on-site.
If enough methane can be produced I would like a generator(cut the cord and sell some back maybe).
the aquaponics system was intended to feed the kitchen but could accommodate seating and act as a green space. i also want to pipe the oxygenated air into the units but, that would disturb individual hvac.
the heating and cooling solution that i would like involves a ridiculous renovation and complex automation which would require many expensive prerequisites and resemble the thermal management of an animal.