SAVANNAH, GA – We’ve heard from both sides in debate to allow food trucks in Savannah.
Now the plans for a “food truck park” in the Starland art district are one step closer to being reality. It’s inspired by cities across the country. What now is an empty lot and dog park along Desoto Avenue and West 39th, could become a park for food trucks. They could have a temporary home and kitchen, but also a space developers hope will bring neighbors from all across the city to enjoy.
“We feel that this project will be an important part of that transition from what this neighborhood was which was there was a lot of crime and it was not the safest place to be at night not that long ago,” says lot owners and developer Guy Davidson.
Now, If you ask anyone who lives in the Thomas square Starland district, it’s fast becoming a hub of creativity for business and culture in Savannah. The development would turn a more than twenty-three thousand square foot parking lot into an outdoor venue for food, drinks, and food trucks.
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