Gotham Greens awarded $2.2M in economic incentives for urban greenhouse development

The flagship urban greenhouse of Gotham Greens was built in 2011 in Brooklyn, atop the Greenpoint Wood Exchange building./COURTESY GOTHAM GREENS HOLDINGS.
THE FLAGSHIP urban greenhouse of Gotham Greens was built in 2011 in Brooklyn, atop the Greenpoint Wood Exchange building. / COURTESY GOTHAM GREENS HOLDINGS.
PROVIDENCE – A company that grows and distributes pesticide-free vegetables and herbs from rooftop urban greenhouses plans to build a 95,000-square-foot facility in Providence, on the site of a former manufacturing plant. Gotham Greens Holdings, LLC plans its new construction at 586 Atwells Ave., a 5-acre cleared site that used to be the General Electric…

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