Birmingham, AL: Food Truck Fresh Off the Bun Plans kitchen near Railroad Park

By Ryan Poe  |  Birmingham Business Journals

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Food truck Fresh Off the Bun is one of the tenants slated to lease space in the Tillman-Levenson Annex Building near Railroad Park, owner Brad Wardlaw told me today.

The food truck – which is owned by Wardlaw’s wife, Tosha Tran – will lease 1,200 square feet of the 8,800-square-foot building at 113 12th St. N. for a commissary kitchen, Wardlaw said.

As I reported earlier today, the Birmingham Design Review Committee this morning gave the OK for Wardlaw and his partners at Redmont Group – Ryan Takaki andPhillip Hasha – to renovate part of the building.

Wardlaw, who is also a principal at SAS Architects, declined to name the other tenant, a local coffee roaster.

Fresh Off the Bun, a local food truck company, is one of the tenants lined up to go in a building that's being renovated near Railroad Park.
Fresh Off the Bun, a local food truck company, is one of the tenants lined up to go in a building that’s being renovated near Railroad Park.

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