What a difference a century makes. Rather than building a brand new building, Fork Food Lab is housed in an earth 20th century building that has been renovated to meet the demands of 21st century food entrepreneurs.
There is a trend across the city of repurposing old buildings to meet demands for new businesses. There is limited space for new construction, so why not take advantage of what already exists in Portland?
Laurie Schreiber of Mainebiz wrote an article last week about how various businesses across the city are using the property shortage in the city to take advantage of old buildings. She included Fork Food Lab as one of several projects that are revitalizing run-down spaces.
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