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Vendors Wanted at Raleigh's Food Hall

Jun 14, 2017 02:17PM ● By Grace Drescher

In a city known for great food, the brightest of the area's chefs, artisans, and food purveyors come together at Transfer Co. Whether you’re learning how to make tortillas from scratch, sampling the varieties of fresh North Carolina oysters, or grabbing groceries on the go, Transfer Co. is creating a hub for the best local everything.

For years the site of the old Carolina Coach Garage & Shop was just an abandoned building. Soon it will be bustling again, right here in downtown Raleigh’s historic Olde East neighborhood (a five-minute walk from Fayetteville Street, just off the Greenway). By reusing the building’s original steel and brick, Transfer Co. is carrying forward the historical significance of this neighborhood gem. The space will be a celebration of local food, knowledge, and community.

Transfer Co. offers 43,000+ square feet of renovated warehouse and newly built space for food producers, makers, vendors, restaurateurs, their guests, and the local community. They want you to help them build this space. 

Tenant benefits include free bi-weekly delivery of tenant products to 140+ downtown restaurants, 52 on-site parking spaces surrounded by free on-street parking, 6,590 square feet of shared communal and dining space, on-site property manager and social media/events coordinator, 7,030 square feet of community courtyard with direct connection to the Chavis Greenway, NC State, Meredith College, and the NC Museum of Art.

The current roster includes Boulted Bread and Jubala Coffee, Angela Salamanca and Marshall Davis of Centro and Gallon Pelón, Videri Chocolate Factory, Locals Seafood with Person Street, Saxapahaw General Store, and Che Empanadas.

Opens Summer 2018!

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