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Red Sun invests in new housing system

June 29, 2016  By Dave Harrison

June 29, 2016, Wapakoneta, OH – Red Sun Farms has invested in VectorBloc housing at its new Wapakoneta greenhouse location.

Red Sun Farms’ continued commitment to social responsibility and quality of life are the driving force behind its revolutionary housing investment.

Each modular design includes 1,134 square feet of living space complete with two living rooms, two kitchenettes, two bathrooms and four bedrooms. A minimum of five housing units will be built on the property this September.


Red Sun Farms is the first greenhouse grower to offer these state-of-the-art housing modules. Each unit is limited to eight residents, and will surround a beautiful courtyard for an additional outdoor living space.
“We are setting the bar by creating an environment that creates a sense of community and home. Our plans include an additional unit for our retail partners and customers to stay while visiting onsite so they are able to gain first hand insight in the total experience of our operation,” said Paul J. Mastronardi, Ohio greenhouse operator.

Red Sun Farms will offer this revolutionary living space within their Wapakoneta greenhouse facility this September.


Red Sun Farms is the largest vertically integrated North American Greenhouse grower, ensuring control over every step of the supply chain. Red Sun Farms owns greenhouses in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.

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