‘Tower-to-Plate’ urban farming takes root

Greenery is being reworked and reimagined in urban spaces, and developers are looking at urban farming as both a point of difference and a way to improve a project’s green credentials.

But urban farming comes in many different shapes and sizes across the world. 

Brooklyn Grange operates a farm on top of an 11-story New York building, while the Porte de Versailles urban rooftop farm is reportedly the largest in the world.

In Australia, Grange Developments announced, as part of its $350-million hybrid timber tower at 4-8 Charles Street in Perth dubbed C6, a paddock-to-plate urban farm, and edible garden. 

Read more at theurbandeveloper.com

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