Report from Europe: The sky might be the limit for vertical-farming real estate

Whether it be in a reconfigured air-raid shelter 33 meters below the ground in south London, in a converted office building in Singapore, or in a building in Dubai — startups around the world are now growing closely-stacked racks of vegetables under LED lights, in a bid to bring consumers fresher produce with a lower carbon footprint than generally available at their supermarket. Marek Handzel, editor of Institutional Real Estate Europe, reports on the topic. (09/2021)

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