By developing a 60,000 square-foot headquarters, Farm Fresh was able to house their current programs focused on expanding access to fresh food by supporting local farmers, and provide manufacturing and retail space for local farm-to-food businesses.
Fresh food was identified as this community’s highest need. BlueHub partnered with local stakeholders to fund the Market@25th, a grocery store with a café, a bakery—and a new health center that provides screenings and education to area residents.
BlueHub is offsetting this nonprofit affordable housing organization’s electricity costs with discounted net metering credits, reducing their costs by 17% and stabilizing their electricity rates for at least a decade.
Improving a housing complex in the Frayser neighborhood of Memphis is part of a local strategy to connect local low-income families with quality affordable housing, childcare, education, youth development and other supports.