Bronx CookSpace (WHEDco)

Bronx CookSpace (WHEDco)
Organization Name:
Bronx CookSpace (WHEDco)
Primary Address 1:
50 East 168th Street
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Long Organization Description:

Bronx CookSpace is operated by WHEDco, a nonprofit community development organization that believes all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities. WHEDco provides resources that help South Bronx neighborhoods thrive: from high-quality early childhood education to commercial revitalization. Learn more at

Organization Website Address:
Organization Phone Number:
(718) 839-1100 Ext.105 or 646-691- 6704
Director, Manager or CEO (First Name):
Marcus Gotay, Manager
How do customers and clients contact your organization?:
Email, Telephone, Kitchen tenant, Referral/word-of-mouth, Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
Interesting Fact About the Organization:
The majority of tenants in Bronx CookSpace are women. 38% are from the Bronx and 46% are immigrants. 38% of tenants have stayed at Bronx CookSpace for more than three years. 62% are wholesalers, and 38% are caterers. Collectively, Bronx CookSpace tenants employ over 30 people.
Community members (approx.):
About 40 members
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Major Funders:
New York City Council, Morgan Stanley
Organization Type:
Incubator Kitchen
About the Organization:
Bronx CookSpace is a fully equipped commercial kitchen that provides flexible, affordable workspace and individualized technical assistance to small food businesses. We give entrepreneurs a place to test products and ideas as they develop and grow cost-effectively. The 4,000 square foot kitchen is divided into four workspaces, or bays, that can be rented alone or in combination. It is ideal for caterers, bakers, and food and beverage manufacturers who would otherwise not be able to afford the commercial kitchen space or equipment they need to start and grow their business.
Latest Project:
In Spring 2017, Bronx CookSpace participated in the Morgan Stanley Strategy Challenge, an 8-week pro-bono consulting engagement that explored how Bronx CookSpace should price rental fees and technical assistance to balance serving entrepreneurs and improve financial sustainability.
Areas Served:
Bronx, New York, and the Tri-State Area
Core Programs:
Bronx CookSpace Incubator, Economic Development.
Major Issues:
Community Development and Small Business Support.
Hours of Operation:
24 hours 7 days a week
We have and or use Social Media?:
Yes, we do have social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
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