The Packing House

Format
Brief

City
Anaheim

State/Province
CA

Country
USA

Metro Area
Los Angeles

Project Type
Special Use

Land Uses
Agricultural Land/Farm

Keywords
Health

Site Size
1 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2014

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The Packing House is a 42,000-square-foot (3,902 sq m) food hall that opened in 2014 in downtown Anaheim, California. The project, spearheaded by the city of Anaheim and LAB Holding LLC, transformed a former citrus packing facility— originally constructed in 1919—into a space that hosts a variety of local food vendors and includes an outdoor area that features community gatherings and a weekly farmers market.

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Format
Brief

City
Anaheim

State/Province
CA

Country
USA

Metro Area
Los Angeles

Project Type
Special Use

Land Uses
Agricultural Land/Farm

Keywords
Health

Site Size
1 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2014

Development Team:
City of Anaheim, LAB Holding

Project Cost:
$11.7 million

Financing:
Anaheim Redevelopment Agency, HUD funding for seismic retrofit, tenant/citypaid improvements

Features and Innovations:
Food Hall; Farmers Market; Food-focused events

Source:
Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate