"I feel great about food trucks coming here," said Clinton Edminster, Owner of Starlandia Reclaimed Creative Supply.
"I think it'd be fantastic, said Cameron Dempsey, Sous Chef at the Wild. “I've always been a fan of food trucks."
Clinton Edminster, a local business owner, says he feels there's a need for more food options in the area.
"There's kind of this magic bewitched moment in the Starland District right now between 3:00pm-5:00pm where there's no food in the area," said Edminster.
Sam Stratton, owner of Twin Forrest, agrees.
While food trucks have been met with a lot of controversy in other parts of Savannah, there seems to be less concern and more support here.
"Overall, the net gain in the neighborhood is going to be hugely beneficial so I don't think there's really, other than the parking concern, that anybody's really looking at this in a negative way," said Edminster.
"I don't know that parking would ever become an issue,” said Dempsey “How many people would ever drive to go to a food truck?"
Right now, this is just an idea.
The Zoning Board of Appeals recently approved a proposal for a restaurant with alcohol sales on the condition the site be buffered on all sides. But there's still a long way to go in the process.
"I think it's just going to be an up and coming area,” said Stratton. “I would assume in 5-10 years it's going to look completely different."
Edminster hopes the food trucks will be the start of the area's transformation, and soon.
"We're really just looking forward to having this open, probably in about a year," said Edminster.