Vhipping containers would be converted into living spaces under a plan by a San Diego developer. Rendering courtesy of Makana Properties

Vhipping containers would be converted into living spaces under a plan by a San Diego developer. Rendering courtesy of Makana Properties

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An interior of what an apartment made from shipping containers could look like. Rendering courtesy of Makana Properties

Living in converted shipping containers stacked one on top of another or side by side may sound like something out of a dystopian science fiction novel, but that’s exactly what one San Diego developer sees as a way to help homeless veterans get off the streets...

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