An architectural drawing shows the proposed Triangle Work Space Development project at 34th Street and Broadway in Oak Park. The building would feature up to 30 small work spaces made out of shipping containers.
An architectural drawing shows the proposed Triangle Work Space Development project at 34th Street and Broadway in Oak Park. The building would feature up to 30 small work spaces made out of shipping containers. Vrilakas/Groen
An architectural drawing shows the proposed Triangle Work Space Development project at 34th Street and Broadway in Oak Park. The building would feature up to 30 small work spaces made out of shipping containers. Vrilakas/Groen
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Now coming to Oak Park – startups in shipping containers

July 13, 2017 12:10 PM

UPDATED July 13, 2017 06:00 PM

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