The Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area has seen numerous housing developments. However, there is one apartment project which is distinct from all other in the vicinity. This multifamily residential property in Fort Worth consists of 34 units and is constructed from 76 steel shipping containers. Aptly named as CoHo, this project will have seven three-storey buildings housing studio, two and three-bedroom apartments.
CoHo is the maiden shipping container project of Chicago-based developer Watermark Properties. However, the project’s general contractor Keywinn Development has earlier worked on a similar project.
Made mostly from 40-foot shipping containers, these homes will offer its residents a unique living experience at an attainable price point. Steve Keys of Keywinn Development said that the usage of containers has lessened construction costs and accelerated building timelines, resulting in reduced, achievable rents.