A shipping container was lowered by crane onto a foundation on York Street in Lexington Wednesday as part of the LuigART Makers project, which will provide live-work spaces that resemble the area's historic shotgun houses.
A shipping container was lowered by crane onto a foundation on York Street in Lexington Wednesday as part of the LuigART Makers project, which will provide live-work spaces that resemble the area's historic shotgun houses. Matt Goins Herald-Leader
A shipping container was lowered by crane onto a foundation on York Street in Lexington Wednesday as part of the LuigART Makers project, which will provide live-work spaces that resemble the area's historic shotgun houses. Matt Goins Herald-Leader

Shipping containers to become affordable housing on Lexington’s north side

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