Tucked into the hub of Downtown Brooklyn, bustling with the movement and chatter of warm-weather shoppers, sits Dekalb Market. As with any other open air market, Dekalb is lined with small vendors, each sporting a unique product and brand. The difference, however, is all about mobility: Each shop is housed in a shipping container.
A new take on the portable office, pop-up shops might just be the future of small businesses. Affordable and highly customizable, shipping containers allow business owners to bring their brand to the street while maintaining the atmosphere of a more traditional retail space.
“In the street people are only willing to spend so much,” sais Carlos-Ameed Jureidini-Cully
Are you looking for a new office space? Do you want to impress clients with some true outside-the-box thinking? If so, you may want to consider purchasing a used storage container.
Most people don’t look at old 40 foot shipping containers and see a potential office, but there are endless possibilities wrapped up within those steel walls. With the wide range of modifications available these days, a steel cargo container can easily be customized according to your business’ specific needs, giving you a portable office that’s simultaneously professional and creative.
Based on records from Jacobs, a firm that is known for design and work space construction, the average individual workstation