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June 7, 2021

In the News: Grocery Stores Anchor Communities.

One Architecture Firm is Making Sure Every Neighborhood Can Build One.

This article was produced in collaboration between Lowney Architecture and Studio B, written by Julia Troy. 

Grocery stores can be engines of economic change in local economies. But the areas that need grocery stores the most — dense, urban communities with less access to fresh food — are also the hardest places to find available infill land to build sprawling aisles for produce and staples. In a collaboration piece with Bisnow, Ken Lowney discusses how the pandemic has highlighted what we’ve always known: grocery stores are the best development anchors – but they don’t come without their own unique design challenges.

Check out the original piece in Biznow’s San Francisco Real Estate News section here.


To evaluate solutions for an existing property, or to discuss plans for your next project, please contact Ken Lowney at moc.h1627208204craye1627208204nwol@1627208204nek1627208204 or reach another member of the Lowney Architecture team at 510-836-5400.

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