Louisville’s new concept of container home apartments is now open for rent

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FOODS AND ENVIRONMENTS. THE LOUISVILLE DEPARTMENT COMPLEX IS OFFICIALLY READY TO TAKE A RIONBB CUP WAS HELD FOR RENEWED CONTAINER HOMES IN PHOENIX HILL NEW APARTMENTS ARE REIMAGINGIN THE IDEA OF LIVING APARTMENTS ARE OUT OF OLD SHIPNGPI CONTAINERS AT JUST 600 SQUARE FEET. THE APARTMENTS ARE NOT EXACTLY KNOWN FOR THEIR SIZE, BUT THEY COME COMPLETE WITH A FULL KITCHEN WASHER AND DRYER NEW APPLIANCES AND GRANITE COUNTERTOPS THE IADE BEHIND THE NEW DEVELOPMENT GOES GREEN. WE WANT TO BE GREEN USED ALL THESE CONTAINERS ARE USED. AND WE JUST THOUGHT IT WOULD SUCH TO FIT WI KTHEEPING A LITTLE WEIRD. OK. HERE IS. THERE ARE SIX UNITS AVAILABLE

Louisville’s new concept of container home apartments is now open for rent

A new apartment complex in Louisville is officially move-in ready. A ribbon cutting was held Saturday for Re-Nu Container Homes in Phoenix Hill. The new apartments reinvent the idea of ​​living. At just 600 square feet, the apartments aren’t known for their size, but they come with full kitchens, washers and dryers, new appliances, and granite counter tops. The idea behind the new development is going green. “We wanted to be green,” said owner Loren Prizant. “All of these containers are second-hand. We thought it would fit in with keeping Louisville weird.” There are six units available for rent at $1,200 per apartment.

A new apartment complex in Louisville is officially move-in ready.

A ribbon cutting was held Saturday for the Re-Nu Container Homes in Phoenix Hill.

The new apartments reinvent the idea of ​​living.

At just 600 square feet, the apartments aren’t known for their size, but they come with full kitchens, washers and dryers, new appliances, and granite counter tops.

The idea behind the new development is going green.

“We wanted to be green,” said owner Loren Prizant. “All of these containers are used. We thought it would fit in with keeping Louisville weird.”

There are six units available for rent at $1,200 per apartment.

Learn more about the new apartments: Apartments built from shipping containers are coming to the Louisville neighborhood

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