Meet Boxy, a scrappy little coffee with a big voice whose first words were, "C, mon city planners; we need you to be a part of the solution and change the zoning laws." You see, many mayors and city managers don't see the link between city zoning and homelessness. However, Boxy does, and he also believes in positive capitalism.

Boxy knows that if zoning laws are written to promote private-sector solutions built by local developers, capitalism and the pursuit of profits will solve many of today's housing issues.

Boxy is currently on the road gathering solutions from architects, non-profit organizations, and people in the streets who are on the frontlines of the housing crises and compiling them into a booklet to help us all understand the problems and proposed solutions people and communities can implement to create change. Stay tuned.

Blog posts

  • Vets can’t live together?

    Meet LeoDavid. He spent 8 years in the army, and his expression says what all veterans feel: wait, we can die together, but not live together?This is a reality in towns like DeLand, Florida. Many local municipalities refuse to remove...

  • A Legal Battle To Have Coffee

    Breyting is pioneering many new concepts, one of which is using collaborative law and value-based legal agreements to operate companies. Breyting has recently found itself in a dispute that is important to all socially conscious businesses because it will test...

  • Limited Editions By Fred!

    Come enjoy a coffee experience from Fred Schneider, the frontman, of the iconic New Wave rock band The B-52s, also known as the “World’s Greatest Party Band.”With a long career fueled by coffee, the progression to exploring the connection between...