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Of course Brooklyn needs another flea market, this time designed out of tons of shipping crates. Remember last year's proposal from architecture firm LOT-EK for a mall in Midtown, also made of crates? Same idea. The upcoming DeKalb Market, as it will be called, will go up on the site of the former Albee Square shopping center, which is also the future home of mixed-use development CityPoint. It's even expected to stay up after CityPoint's opening. [Curbed NY]