Second Chances Farms takes possession of Bowers Street building


Second Chances Farm entered into a formal agreement late last month with Service Source, the parent organization of Opportunity Center, Inc., to take possession of 3030 Bowers Street in the Riverside neighborhood of northeast Wilmington.

The building is 47,500 square feet and is located in an Opportunity Zone, where it will be repurposed to operate Delaware’s first indoor, hydroponic, vertical farm.

The site is near EastSide Charter School, Kingswood Community Center, and REACH Riverside, an effort committed to building 600 units of mixed-income housing that will elevate the standard of living for Riverside residents and provide the quality amenities our families deserve.

U. S. Sen Tom Carper who helped Ajit Mathew George, Jon Brilliant, Evan M Bartle, and Patricia May, put up a temporary sign for Second Chances Farm at 3030 Bowers Street.

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