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Anthony Duncan Designs St. Louis’ First Shipping Container Building

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St. Louis is about to receive its first shipping container structure, a three-story mixed-use building that will be built using 10 shipping containers. Designed by Architect Anthony Duncan for Patrick Barnidge’s development firm, Delsa Development, the new




 

 

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St. Louis is about to receive its first shipping container structure, a three-story mixed-use building that will be built using 10 shipping containers. Designed by Architect Anthony Duncan for Patrick Barnidge’s development firm, Delsa Development, the new building will be built on a city-owned lot in the Grove area of Forest Park Southeast. It will be erected on the site of a once-condemned single-family home, and the project is quickly gaining favor in the neighborhood.

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