Look Inside: StockX Co-Founder Josh Luber’s HUGE Sneaker Room and Office
StockX co-founder and former CEO Josh Luber has given us a look inside the uber-impressive sneaker room in his Detroit home. With special lighting and enough space to store 400 pairs, the room will soon be empty, with Luber set to relocate to Austin.
‘We’re moving to Austin soon. There are a lot of people and things I will miss about Detroit (and I will forever remain a huge supporter) but it would be disingenuous… if I said I was going to say [I’ll] miss anything as much as my shoe room/office,’ said Luber in an IG post.
‘When we moved here in 2015, [I] had a list of all the things normal people look for in a house – bedrooms, neighbourhood, etc. I had one thing: a space to build a shoe wall. With every place we’ve lived together, I’ve had a wall, and each one was better than the previous. This one turned out pretty good, I think, and certainly served its purpose for the company. I guess that means I have to top it in Austin.’
Any sneakerheads in the Detroit area in the market for a new pad needn’t look any further.
Luber founded StockX in 2015 alongside Dan Gilbert, Chris Kaufman, and Greg Schwartz, and took the company from sneaker price guide to arguably the world’s biggest sneaker/streetwear marketplace. In 2019, the company was valued at over $1 billion. Since leaving StockX in 2020, Luber has turned his attention to another realm of hype: trading cards.
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