Detroit (AP) A Detroit-based group hopes to use empty shipping containers to build a 1.8 million dollar, 17-unit condominium project.
The Detroit Free Press reports the project would stack empty containers four high, cut in windows and doors, install plumbing, stairways and heating, and add amenities such as balconies and landscaped patios.
Groundbreaking could take place this fall on the project if it wins city approval, and it could open in 2009. It's designed by Detroit-based architect Steven Flum.
Developers plan to offer condominium units measuring 960 to 1,920 square feet. Prices will range from about $100,000 to about $190,000.
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