Brick Street Farms reveals rendering for massive Cultivation Hub

Rendering of a giant organic farm
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This is huge news, y’all! Brick Street Farms just revealed renderings for its massive new Cultivation Hub. Set to begin construction in February, The Cultivation Hub will house a 2 story 6,500 Sq mixed-use space.

The owners of Brick Street know the ‘Burg loves its coffee. In its Hub space, they’ll be serving coffee, beer, wine, and you’ll be able to sit and enjoy healthy grab-n-go food options from an 1,800-square-foot farm-to-table market!

They’ll be hosting pop-up restaurants, food trucks, private dinners, events and more, according a release. Not only that, they’ll have 10 container farms, more than doubling Brick Street’s current farm size.

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🌱You wanted more greens, and baby you're going to get more greens! Meet the Brick Street Farms Cultivation Hub! 🎉 Set to begin construction in February, The Cultivation Hub will house a 2 story 6,500 Sq mixed-use space. ☕️ In The Hub, we'll be serving coffee, beer, wine, and you'll be able to sit and enjoy healthy grab-n-go food options from our 1,800 Sq farm-to-table market! We'll be hosting pop-up restaurants, food trucks, private dinners, events and more! Not only that, we'll have 10 container farms, more than ✨DOUBLING our farm size!✨ Our current Farm Market will be transitioning to a commissary kitchen where Brick Street Canning Company and other local food businesses will be working out of. We are BEYOND excited! ⠀ ⠀ 👉🏼During construction, we will be temporarily relocating off 22nd Ave S. At that time you'll be able to order your greens online and pick up from one of our pick up locations, or you can visit us at the Indie Flea Green Market. We also plan on popping around town in our refrigerated van, so be on the lookout! ⠀ ⠀ 🤗We are seeking local food-based businesses to partner up with. Email illene@brickstreetfarms.com if you're interested in finding out more details!🤗

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So, what happens to the current Brick Street Farms market? It will be transitioning to a commissary kitchen where Brick Street Canning Company and other local food businesses will be working out of. 

During construction, they will be temporarily relocating off 22nd Avenue South. At that time you’ll be able to order your greens online and pick up from one of their TBA pick up locations.

You can also always visit Brick Street at the Indie Flea Green Market. Be on the lookout for Brick Street Farms refrigerator van.

The owners are currently seeking local food-based businesses to partner up with. Email illene@brickstreetfarms.com if you’re interested in finding out more details. 

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