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Jul 5 2019
08:40 am
michael kaplan's picture

It's a great building -- hope

It's a great building -- hope they do something decent with the housing component (as opposed to what's been built on the south waterfront).

R. Neal's picture

About food halls: (link...)

About food halls:

(link...)

michael kaplan's picture

These have been around for

These have been around for quite awhile. Faneuil Hall in Boston was one of the first, and dates back some 50 years. Another on the lowest level of Grand Central Station in New York. There's one in Nashville, next to the Tennessee State Museum.

cwg's picture

The

Nashville Farmer's Market is not exactly a "food hall," in the current sense. More like a mall food court without the mall. Ponce St Market in ATL or Crosstown in Memphis closer to what these plans seem to be. (And to be clear, I love NFM! It's just not "upscale," which is the whole food hall point, in a way?)

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