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The Story


The Story


Grocer's Warehouse is a renovation of a manufacturing facility originally builT in 1949 by Kansas City grocer Fred Wolferman.

 

They did it all here: baked cookies and muffins, smoked meat and cured sausage, made candy and mayonnaise, and stored spices and frozen goods. Later the building held a graphics and screen printing shop. The 60,000 square foot warehouse sits at the base of Roanoke Park near the intersection of Karnes Boulevard and the historic cobblestone portion of Roanoke Road.

The flagship tenant, Hufft – a multi-disciplinary design studio, has led the renovation of this historic warehouse. Additions and enhancements to the building are simple and effective, and careful attention is paid to site planning and landscaping. The façade has been cleaned up with a fresh coat of paint and new storefront windows. And the interiors have been reconfigured and laid out to make the most of the space for its tenants. 

 

Before

AFTER

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Tenants


Tenants


Grocer's Warehouse is home to
a set of very diverse occupants.