Comedian Kevin Hart curates a tiny home for

Comedian and actor Kevin Hart is known for his big personality.

Now, the comedian is teaming up with, a travel booking site, and this time he’s going small.

Hart has curated a “Tiny House with Big Personality,” a 268 square-foot home that will debut in New York City on Sept. 27. The house can be booked starting 12 p.m. on Sept. 25.

In an interview with USA TODAY, Hart said that his partnership with made sense to him given that he is a road warrior.

“It fits my lifestyle,” he says.  “I love to do things that coincide with what I do, and the way that I move. Being that I am a guy who is constantly on the road, constantly traveling, where I’m staying becomes a priority.”

The tiny house will be stationed in Herald Square for one night only for a price of $54. (Hart is 5’4” tall.) The first person who books the house will get it for the night of Sept. 27. The house can accommodate two guests.

The booking comes with a set of tickets to Hart’s sold out “Irresponsible Tour” that night at Madison Square Garden as well as dinner at The Lamb’s Club, the comedian’s favorite New York City restaurant.

Starting Oct. 1, the house will be moved to Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Hart’s home state. It will be stationed in Tiny Estates, the world’s largest community of tiny homes, for at least three months. A one-night stay there will cost $175.

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