Shipping Container Farm House Headed to the North End
Thursday, May 1, 2014, by Paul Beshouri
One of Detroit’s most ambitious urban farms will soon have an urban farmhouse to match. As part of its “Plant Cities” grant program, GM is funding a shipping container “urban homestead” for the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (MUFI), best known for its large farm in the North End neighborhood. It’s on the corner of Brush and Custer.
Shipping container architecture is an oft-discussed, rarely implemented strategy in Detroit. GM is going all-out to get some good PR mileage out of this thing, 85% of which will be produced with…READ MORE. See interior design renderings after the jump.
Construction on the North End’s shipping container “homestead” is going smoothly, with delivery expected in…READ MORE.
Source | http://detroit.curbed.com/