Brooklyn’s DeKalb Market Made From Salvaged Shipping Containers

The DeKalb Market is taking the repurpose mantra seriously. The market which opened this past weekend and will be home to restaurants and local designers’ shops was built from 22 discarded shipping containers. From Inhabitat: Whether fully finished or still in progress, the vendors of DeKalb Market exemplify Brooklyn’s young new economy. These artistic individuals, innovating to thrive in a period of uncertainty, finally have a home that matches their creativity and improvisational spirit.

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