Greentopia Green Vision
Repurposing for a resilient community
In an effort to "create a resilient Rochester – one neighborhood at a time," Greentopia participants needed a workspace that would extend their promise to grow while staying green.
The Foodhall Co.
Box Garden live music venue delivers on experience
Box Garden in Plano, Texas is one of the most well-known shipping container projects is the US. The 1500 person live music venue creates an inviting and immersive environment, converting an urban infill space into an exciting and compelling environment.
City of Rochester, New York
La Marketa breaks new ground on urban renewal
When the City of Rochester wanted to deliver the International Plaza at La Marketa, an urban renewal project decades in the making, they decided to utilize shipping containers for the retail and restaurant components. Ikoniq was awarded the RFP and has delivered three retail units and two restaurant facilities that will offer local vendors an opportunity to showcase their skills.
Max Bar & Casitas bring on the beach vibe
As an accessory property to the 72-unit Daytona Max tower, Bayshore is providing the Wolf Bar as an amenity to the main property. The Wolf is truly two bars in one, with conditioned space upstairs and a downstairs space that is open to the beach. With the container bar as the project's focus, additional rental units are made available as overflow to the Max. Comprised of Casitas which are single units based on a typical hotel room and villas, which are two and three bedroom modular building units, the property provides a range of options for short and longer-term stays.
City of West Palm Beach
Container Parks continue to grow in popularity
Proposed for a new public-private partnership, the container park at Currie Park comes to life. Part entertainment venue, part local vendor market, part gourmet marketplace, the modern container park is more of an open-air mixed use center than food hall.
Indy Nut House
Mixed Use Development finds containers to be the perfect fit
Determining the best approach for the proposed Indianapolis mixed use development, shipping containers come up on top.