GrowFood Carolina ‘Grows’ Beyond 990 Morrison and into Site Search for the Future

NAI Charleston announced the sale of 990 Morrison Drive as GrowFood Carolina looks to the future with a much-needed expansion. GrowFood is a program of the Coastal Conservation League that connects small farms to the thriving local food movement, which enables farms to remain economically viable by creating markets and providing crop planning, storage, and distribution services. Their current ±10,000 SF space has proven too small for their volume of work, hence the sale of 990 Morrison Drive to the developers of Laurel Island. They will remain there until they are able to find a new home with ideally double the square footage.

“It is time for GrowFood to find a larger site with about ±20,000 SF of flex space and a laydown yard for trucks and produce,” said David Ingle, partner and broker at NAI Charleston. “We are looking around the peninsula and into North Charleston for the right match.”

Ingle represents the Coastal Conservation League and will continue to assist GrowFood in the site selection process moving forward. Their goal is to find a new space as soon as possible to keep the success of GrowFood and South Carolina’s agriculture in motion.

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