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Garden City Idaho shipping container park moves forward

Back in 2019, Wee Boise, a development company filed an application to create a 6,000 square foot, multi-story development that would include spaces for artists, food vendors and living spaces that would be made out of dozens of shipping containers. The concept would be built at 208 E. 33rd Street, in the city’s Live Work Create District.  The project, called Park 33 was temporarily halted when a property owner nearby Louis Landry appealed the project to the City Council. Two years later after a court battle and lost profits the project will be moving forward.

Project moves forward
Charlie Wadams, Garden City’s attorney, said that the city will not be appealing the project to the Idaho Supreme court and the project will move forward, either in this proposed form or in another modified version. So what do you think of this project? Leave a comment below.
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