Limehouse Produce (2016)

North Charleston, SC

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NMTC Amount: $9,000,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $10,161,839

COMMUNITY IMPACT

In 2015, Limehouse Produce purchased the former site of the Charleston Naval Exchange Building on Carner Avenue for the development of a multi-faceted agribusiness program. Limehouse Produce, which provides conventional row crops, local specialties, fresh herbs and dairy products to Charleston area restaurants, will rehabilitate the abandoned 127,156-sq.-ft. Exchange Building into a food hub with additional tenant space for locally owned businesses and non-profits at reduced rental rates. It also build a new 49,556-sq.-ft. produce distribution and cold storage facility, with the total project encompassing over 175,000 square feet on 14.6 acres. As a “first-mover” in this distressed neighborhood, the economic impact of this project is tremendous.

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