3 new tenants moving to Raleigh’s Dock 1053

“The renovated Dock 1053 warehouse and creative space on Whitaker Mill Road in Raleigh is bringing in three new tenants in the spring.

Posh Nosh Catering owner Coleen Speaks is making plans to move her catering kitchen from 521 Capital Blvd. to the building, confirms Sam Crutchfield with Grubb Ventures, the property’s owner and development company. Speaks also plans to open a coffee shop at Dock 1053 with provisions and a new 3,500-square-foot event space in the spring for weddings and corporate functions.

Also taking spaces in the newly renovated building will be Cotton Bar Apparel, owned by Raleigh businessman Reid Fogleman, and Stephenson’s Millwork, a custom architectural millwork company based in Wilson that will be relocating its showroom in Raleigh.

Crutchfield says the deals will fill out much of the remaining warehouse, office and retail space. Grubb Ventures acquired the 183,700-square-foot building and property at 1053 E. Whitaker Mill Road in 2014.

Dock 1053 is already home to an eclectic mix of tenants, including Lynwood Brewing Concern, Murphy’s Naturals, Loading Dock Raleigh, Trig Modern, I2M, Glas, Pinetop Distillery and Lee Hansley Gallery.

Long term, Grubb Ventures is also crafting a plan to expand the business model of Dock 1053 with a redevelopment of the Peden Steel site across the street on Atlantic Avenue.”

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