Boise officials concerned about high-density shipping container home subdivision

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The container houses will be built side-by-side in a single row with about 10 feet between each house.

February 25, 2016
Boise officials concerned about high-density shipping container home subdivision

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A developer plans to build a 17-home subdivision on 1.2 acres near the Boise River in Idaho, but officials worry that the proposal is too dense.

The container houses will be built side-by-side in a single row with about 10 feet between each house. The target demographic includes eco-conscious homebuyers, first-time homebuyers, and empty-nesters. The anticipated sale price is $152,000.

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