Container Cafes for a Community Feel
Nothing gives a new development or suburb a community atmosphere like having somewhere for the residents to drink coffee and meet other locals.
A shipping container cafe has a lively, indie feel as well as offering plenty of space for the coffee machine, dishwasher and a sandwich press, and even seating inside.
The appeal of pop-up cafes and container cafes is in their local, individual feel, which has seen them become popular in new suburbs as well as established urban areas.
Container cafes also appeal to developers and councils as they’re sturdy, quick and easy to install, and can be moved to a new location as the area grows and changes.
Relocatables provides all the logistics, planning and materials for your container cafe. We build the slab and comply with health department regulations.
The wiring and plumbing is also done, we can lay down polished floorboards, decorate the outside and even signwrite.
Your container cafe can sit along a marketing suite or site office, offering potential new residents a place to relax while they view the blocks and house designs.
You might like to fit out a container bar or cafe next to a train station or outdoor recreation area.
A container cafe gives a sense of permanence that a food truck doesn’t have, and it doesn’t require the same licenses. Costing is from $70,000-$110,000 fully installed, with sizes from 20sq. metres to 26 sq. metres.
All you have to do is provide the fridges and coffee machine and come up with the name!