As week ends, we’re grateful to see our work serving the community and helping others. Before the of the new 150,000 square foot City Harvest location, Powers & Company undertook a comprehensive history of the building — uncovering its as a train depot in the late 19th century.
Now, the City Harvest building consolidates New York’s largest food rescue organization under one roof with a creative space to provide food, vital services, office space for employees and volunteers and an event space.
Check out Architectural Digests feature to see the full renovation:
City Harvest’s newly opened Brooklyn campus was designed by Ennead Architects and Rockwell Group