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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by RollPositive View Post
    They a complex here in Phoenix of 12 units.

    http://www.containersongrand.com/

    http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/...wing/75677898/

    Not sure in are community how practical they would be do to the sq footage and hard to make is accessible.
    Not sure if you checked out the first link you posted for yourself or not, but (at least one) of those apartments is wheelchair accessible. They've got pictures of a pretty ADA compliant looking bathroom. I first saw this on youtube
    Pretty cool project.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by funklab View Post
    Not sure if you checked out the first link you posted for yourself or not, but (at least one) of those apartments is wheelchair accessible. They've got pictures of a pretty ADA compliant looking bathroom. I first saw this on youtube
    Pretty cool project.
    Its a little misleading when he says the "ADA" the bathroom is real tight and if your in a power chair its even tighter.


    The hall ways in to the kitchen are so small you would not be able to face the stove or the sing but have to cook and wash dishes from the side.

    @$1000 a month for 740 sq ft its not the best use space and cost.

    But everyone is different.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by RollPositive View Post
    Its a little misleading when he says the "ADA" the bathroom is real tight and if your in a power chair its even tighter.


    The hall ways in to the kitchen are so small you would not be able to face the stove or the sing but have to cook and wash dishes from the side.

    @$1000 a month for 740 sq ft its not the best use space and cost.

    But everyone is different.
    Meh, I pay $1100 for a 500 square foot apartment in South Carolina. Location is probably more important than square footage with regard to rental price (but I have no idea if the containers are in a good location).


    I guess the angle could be deceiving, but that looks like at least 6' by 5' of open floor space. I can't imagine needing a bigger bathroom than that, but I rock a skinny manual chair, so I probably don't have the perspective.

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