But, if you've been reading our reports and said, wow, I wish I ran a shop in one of those cubes, well, know you can. And, it sounds like they'd really like to hear from you. Get your game plan in order and apply here. The spaces available are 250 square feet. It is a shipping container, after all. And, you need to make a YouTube video to explain yourself. A video pitch. Hmmm. That sounds a recipe for awful.
Oh, but wait. Now, we get it. Here's the important criteria for acceptance: "Story Worthy: What about your business would be worthy of a story in a major publication or national news outlet?" We guess that doesn't include us, because we only hear crickets from the Downtown Project every time we promote their plan to hundreds of thousands of people. (VegasChatter Facebook likes: 32,455. Downtown Project Facebook likes: 3570.) Anyway...
They say they are looking at between 30 to 38 tenants. It took them this long to notice they were missing that many? And, so few people, with good ideas, have inquired in the last eleven months? Should we be worried, Container Park?
Now, with opening day a few months away, we'll be sure to hit up the the park manager to glean some further details. Oh, no. They don't yet have one! They've been waiting for you to take over. Are you "extremely flexible, eager to tackle new challenges, and comfortable working in an unconventional (but super fun) environment"? Then head over here and apply for the new vacancy. They are quite strict in their previous experience qualifications, but at least you don't need to compete via YouTube. We know one of our readers would be a perfect fit. Do let us know how you get on.
(Rendering: Downtown Project)