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Gotham Greens Establishes Monroe, Georgia, Operations

Indoor farming firm Gotham Greens will establish operations in Monroe, Georgia. The $34 million project is expected to create 45 jobs.

The company is building a 210,000-square-foot state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse facility within the Piedmont Regional Industrial Park, which will open in 2022. The location is part of Gotham’s plans to double the size of its greenhouse capacity from 600,000 to more than 1.2 million square feet this year and expand into new regions of the U.S.

“Gotham Greens is incredibly excited to further expand our greenhouse operations across the country, including to the Southeast for the very first time,” said Viraj Puri, co-founder and CEO of Gotham Greens. “Building on the continued growth and momentum that Gotham Greens has sustained over the past several years, we are proud to bring our national brand of sustainably grown salad greens and herbs to Monroe and throughout Georgia.”

Gotham Greens is an American fresh food and urban agricultural company founded and headquartered in the Brooklyn borough of New York City that grows local produce year-round in greenhouses, with its lettuces, herbs, salad dressings and sauces sold under its brand name.

“We are excited to add Gotham Greens to our growing controlled environment agriculture ecosystem,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Controlled environment agriculture uses innovative techniques to better manage land and resources, increase crop yields, and diversify crop production year round. Attracting companies like Gotham Greens has been a priority, and we are grateful they chose Walton County for this exciting project. Welcome to Georgia!

Gotham Greens currently operates greenhouses in New York, Illinois, Rhode Island, Maryland, Colorado and California, as well as a recently announced project in Texas.

“Walton County and the City of Monroe are excited to welcome Gotham Greens to our community” said Shane Short, executive director of the Development Authority of Walton County. “We are fortunate to have a company who is committed to product quality and reducing food waste.”

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