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Old 06-23-2009, 11:57 PM
Location: Portland
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I was wondering if anyone knows if there is a commercial kitchen space in Portland for rent on a daily basis. We are considering putting something together for sale and would need it occasionally, maybe a day or two every couple of months. We just need a legal space to mix, and package, no stoves or refrigerators. Any suggestions are appreciated!
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Old 03-08-2011, 10:42 AM
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Default Commercial Kitchen

I know of a full-size bakery available for rent or lease in SW Portland's Goose Hollow neighborhood. The main bakery room measures 19'x23'. It come equipped with 2 full sinks: one for dish-washing, the other for prep., convection oven, a large wooden island prep. table, lots of counter and storage space, a 6'x8' walk-in refrigerator in a 14'x16' dry storage room/prep. area, and a loading dock with a garage door joining the bakery and dry storage room/prep. area.

Main Bakery kitchen = 437 sq. ft.
Dry storage room/prep. area with walk in refrigerator = 224 sq. ft.
Total combined = 661 sq. ft.

Contact Dave at d8vid4@yahoo.com for more info.

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Old 03-08-2011, 08:37 PM
Location: Desert SW
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I can't help with specific locations, but I do have some friends that are in the same situation. One uses the commercial kitchen at her church to bake and package little cakes and brownies and the other rents space in a dinner prep business storefront to decorate pre-baked items. The latter might work well for you if you all have places like that in Portland. The name of the one here is Dinner A'fare. Are you familiar with that sort of business? They help people prepare and package meals to freeze at home in large quantity. You might start there if you have not already investigated that option. Hope that helps :-)

I poked around after posting the above and found one place called Thyme Management. You might start there.

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