Coho - Pandora
1623 Pandora Street, Vancouver BC
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We are excited to officially announce our third East Vancouver commissary opening soon at 1623 Pandora Street. Long-term, this new location will be home to two floors of commissary kitchen space. The first floor will open at the end of 2022 and the second floor is slated to open late 2023.
Pandora will have secure caged dry storage, ample cooler and freezer space in addition to significantly larger stations. Increased station sizes will result in a reduced number of members working at this location at any given time, giving you the room you need to grow.
Class 2 Kitchen
Ideal for CPG producers
Walk-in Coolers & Freezers
This location will offer a single membership package that includes 75 square foot station, up to 240 reservable hours per month, 24/7 access and as always, fully managed facilities.
04 UBC Bus (250m)
07 Dunbar Bus (250m)
210 Upper Lynn Valley Bus (250m)
211 Seymour (250m)
Commercial - Broadway Sky Train (2.4 km)
Parking On Site
Tushar Tondvalkar - The Indian Pantry
Coho is a great place to start your business. They cover a lot of overhead costs most businesses don't really think about when they're just starting out. Being here allows you to test out different kinds of businesses to see what fits, what you want to do, and what the customers want. You're surrounded by other entrepreneurs who have connections and experiences in places you don't have. Being here really does feel like you’re a part of a community.
Matt Murtagh-Wu - The Dumpling King
There's a social dimension to the business in general, but I think Coho has a bigger view to not just be a landlord. Coho is making an earnest effort to engage. They've been tapped to tell these stories, to reimagine what it means to be a giant shared kitchen owner, to celebrate and champion their tenants. Whether it's working in the cafe, doing pop-ups, these BIPOC business owner events, this can be called reimagining and it's updating what it means to be a shared kitchen owner.
Julia & Paul - Khóe Vietnamese Food
There’s a lot less risk and less overhead costs starting out in a commissary kitchen like Coho. We actually did a lot of trialand error with a few other business models before finding what works best for Khóe. And we couldn’t have done withoutthe flexibility of working out of a shared commissary.
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Our kitchens are all managed by an on-site Commissary Manager, who will guide you through your business journey. They will be your taste tester, your cheerleader and your designated resource for how to operate your business successfully within our community. Leave the facility and appliance maintenance to us, and focus on the core of your business and what matters to your customers.