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This one is for you, Pete.
The popularity of prefab and shipping container construction is certainly on the rise, but New York City was still the last place we’d ever expected to see one pop up as a residence. Currently sitting in a small, empty lot at the corner of Charles and Washington in the West Village, this spectacular little prefab dubbed the MEKA has been constructed from 70% recycled materials, delivered 95% built, and rings in at just $100 per square foot. As wallet-friendly as it is eco-friendly, read on for more details as well as some exclusive photos of this unexpected urban gem.
Post tags: Christos Marcopoulous, green architecture, Jason Halter, Meka, Michael de Jong, modular architecture, modular homes, new york city, NYC, Prefab, prefab architecture, prefabirctaed homes, shipping containers, west village