There are quirks and imperfections in the world of online grocery shopping.
The Charlotte office of Shook Kelley has been deeply involved in the urban neighborhood we created – South End. One of these placemaking efforts in recent times is Front Porch Sundays, a recurring afternoon open air market, happening on the first Sunday of every month.
Kevin Kelley is interviewed in a deep-dive entrepreneurial podcast.
The New Food Economy recently profiled Kevin Kelley for an in-depth look at today's grocery market.
Shook Kelley has been selected by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Housing Division in western North Carolina to engage the people of the Cherokee and dig deep into the tribe's culture, evaluate their opportunities and prepare a vision for a master plan and design – for the main objective of the EBCI to provide quality affordable housing opportunities on their 188 acre Camp Creek site in Jackson County.