Ennead and Rockwell Group transform a former warehouse in Brooklyn into a headquarters for a food rescue organization

With inflation at a 40-year high, demand at New York City food pantries has increased by over 14 percent since the start of this year, in addition to more usage since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020. City Harvest, a food rescue organization that stocks pantries and soup kitchens across all five boroughs, has responded to the increased need with a new headquarters that houses the organization’s offices, in addition to food rescue and delivery operations, an event space, and a demonstration kitchen. The new 150,000-square-foot facility the Cohen Community Food Rescue Center in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park is located within a former warehouse used to service

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