• Gotham Greens Farms Greenpoint

    Brooklyn, United States

    Gotham Greens Farms have successfully designed, built, and operated their technologically advanced, urban rooftop greenhouses, with Greenpoint being their flagship location built in 2011. These facilities provide year-round, local supply of quality, safe produce, strictly utilizing an environmentally sustainable process.

    810 Humboldt St, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA


    +1 718-935-0600

  • Gramercy Tavern

    New York, United States

    Part of Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group, Gramercy Tavern offers seasonal menus showcasing the restaurant's connections to local farms, including Gotham Greens. Gramercy Tavern is a member of the American Express Global Dining Collection which offers special access to reservations and experiences at restaurants card members love.

    Gramercy Tavern, 42 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003, USA


    +1 212-477-0777

  • Gotham Greens Farms Gowanus

    Brooklyn, United States

    Gotham Greens' second facility, built in 2013, is located on the roof of Whole Foods' first Brooklyn store. This Gowanus facility measures over 20,000 square feet, and represents the first commercial-scale greenhouse merged with a supermarket.

    214 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215


    +1 718-935-0600

  • Whole Foods Gowanus

    Brooklyn, United States

    With wind turbines built into parking lot lightpoles, solar panels on the carports, electric vehicle charging stations, and the Gotham Greens Gowanus facility operating on the roof, the natural and organic market views their Gowanus location as one of the more eco-minded stores of the chain.

    214 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA


    +1 718-907-3622

  • Green Bronx Machine

    Bronx, United States

    This organization works with children in underserved communities to encourage a healthier lifestyle by teaching them how to grow and prepare vegetables.

    450 Saint Paul's Place, Bronx, NY 10456


    +1 917-873-6449

Gotham Greens

Viraj Puri of Gotham Greens wants to give every American access to local produce, even the 70 percent of whom live in urban jungles. 

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