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Commercial kitchen for rent in Greensboro, NC

post #1 of 36
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While looking for a commercial kitchen to rent to start my food business, I am realizing a definite need in the Triad.  I am looking to fill that need with a commercial kitchen to rent on an hourly basis in Greensboro, NC.  For all you potential food entrepreneurs, please email me if you have an interest in a commercial kitchen rental.

post #2 of 36

Please contact me! There is a big need for commercial kitchen rental in this area. Rockingham Community kitchen seems to be the only option in the whole state. What's the holdup? Do you need investors for startup? Would love to talk about it.

post #3 of 36

I am looking for a commercial space to rent by the hour to cook as well as bake, in the Greensboro area, for a vending business I would like to start. Could you please email with a response. Where will you be located?

 

Thank you,

 

Thomas Horne

post #4 of 36

Was wondering if you ever started up a commercial kitchen in Greensboro, NC???

post #5 of 36

Did you ever find a commercial kitchen in Greensboro,NC?  I may be in need of one in the next year and was wondering if there was one in Greensboro/High Point/Kernersville area....

post #6 of 36

Hi,

I am looking for commercially built kitchen space for rent by the day or hour. Do you have anything and if so, what are your rates?

Thank you; I look forward to hearing from you.

post #7 of 36

I am also looking for a kitchen to rent by the hour or day for caterings and cakes in the Asheboro / Greensboro / High Point area. I would love to know if anyone knows of a place.

post #8 of 36

I'm new to the area and looking for a commercial kitchen by the hour as well. Has anyone had any luck? TY

post #9 of 36

Hey all...

 

I never heard anything back from this lady that started with the conversation that she was going to open one....I have not made it back to the USA YET to start my business but it seems that a commercial kitchen is a much needed thing in the Triad area....let's keep looking and asking around and if any of you find anything similar, please post it here....haha..maybe we should all go in an open "the kitchen"...hahaha.

 

Let's Keep everyone in the loop and if I hear anything I will be sure to post back here!!

 

Susan

post #10 of 36

Contact the health inspector(s) responsible for the area(s) in question. They WILL know about ANY licensed commercial kitchen, existing, developing, or, in many cases, planned as well as other kitchens that may be interested in renting space.

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post #11 of 36

Does anyone have any leads yet on commercial kitchens for rent in the Greensboro area?

post #12 of 36

The best source for finding local licensed kitchens that I've found is your local health inspectors, they know who is building, opening, leasing, closing, renting, whatever.
 

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post #13 of 36

Great idea...had not thought of that.....will check with them....

post #14 of 36

I am looking for a commissary or kiychen to work out of to get my catering company started. Is this what you're talking about? I hope I hear from you.

Charlie

post #15 of 36

Yes, Charlie...I think that is pretty much what we are all looking for.....I am looking for a kitchen space that has commercial type ovens so that I can cook large quanities of cakes/cupcakes.....I have not found anything in the Greensboro area...YET!!!

post #16 of 36

Please contact me, I am looking to rent space to design my cakes.....

 

I've just relocated from NJ/NY area to focus on my business as a cake designer in the NC area.

 

Thanks for any info. you are able to provide

 

Sheila Thompson

post #17 of 36

I am also looking for a commercial kitchen to rent by the hour.  I am a Personal Chef and sometimes want to do some small event catering. Are there any new leads on how to find a kitchen to rent? 

post #18 of 36

Get to know your local health inspector! They know EVERY licensed kitchen in their area and have a pretty good handle on which ones might be available as well as the condition and capabilities.
 

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post #19 of 36

I would be interested in renting a commercial kitchen on an hourly basis.

post #20 of 36

It might help if we knew where?

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I would be interested in renting a commercial kitchen on an hourly basis.

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post #21 of 36

Yes, I guess that would help.  I live in Greensboro, NC.  Thanks for pointing that out.

post #22 of 36

If You Need to find a kitchen to cook out of i find the ones i use on this site CookitHere.com it seems to have 17 kitchens listed for NC

post #23 of 36

Thanks for the info.  I will check it out.

post #24 of 36
I am in Winston- Salem and am in need of a kitchen. I too know of Rockingham CC and see it as a viable venue, minus the drive of course. I happen to own a small commercial building on Liberty Street in WS that would be ideal for this. It is a ll business. 400sqft. I own the lot beside it as well. Although the city said six cars could fit there, I disagree and four is plenty. There are other areas to park in the area and on the street. Maybe we could come to some mutual agreement on upfit. Chime in if your passion is in the right place regardless of current situation. It can't hurt.
post #25 of 36

Good morning,

 

 

My husband and I looking for a commercial kitchen for rent to start a food  business. Basically we want to start with Argentina Empanadas. If you can provide us detail information related to price, address, kitchen utensils,and  working hours we would appreciate it.

We are new in this project and gathering information at this time.

Thank you and have a good day!

 

George & Maria Rebella

post #26 of 36

I would be interested working together with a group to start a kitchen! If you have the space, what would the cost be to start it up?

post #27 of 36

How are you doing today?  I'm currently running a hot dog cart and using the kitchen of another vendor as my commissary.  I'm looking for a kitchen I can also use for catering; however, I would need low cost until the work picks up.  If you can assist me in this endeavor, please advise.  Thanks

 

Charley Smith

post #28 of 36
I have spoken with the Health Department, and their regulations allow for only one permittee per location. This would preclude a strictly by-the-hour/day rental facility for multiple users. However, if every entity that used the facility was formed to be in partnership or a subsidiary of the facility/entity holding the permit, that would satisfy the Health Department regulations. I understand that the Health Department is soon going to be under federal supervision, so that rule may change, and it will remain to be seen as to whether such a change is to this effort's benefit or detriment. Time will tell.
post #29 of 36

Sounds good.  It doesn't matter to me if I had to fall under another owner or if it was a partnership, I just need a commercial kitchen to use.  

post #30 of 36

Yes, I too would like to have space to operate a wholesale bread bakery....just starting.....can't afford to go it alone.....keep me posted please.

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