It all started with [freespace] a wildly successful philanthropic projects that turned an empty warehouse into a useable community space. It was so popular among local residents that they found a way to extend the space through October. Now, using ReAllocate’s new online collaboration platform, [freespace] and ekoVillages want to use shipping containers to recreate the magic in other places.
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Well, I should say [freespace]. A collaborative of organizations dedicated to the creation of sustainable community space recently announced a plan to turn San Francisco’s vacant lots into vibrant, free community spaces using the versatile shipping container.
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