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Tampa food hall company signs lease at The Yard

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The owners of Tampa’s popular Hall on Franklin (Website) are opening a sister space in Orlando’s The Yard at Ivanhoe development.

According to Genny Hall from Collier’s International, who is working with Real Estate Inverlad to lease the retail spaces in the Ivanhoe Village-based development, the Orlando iteration of the Hall will be a full-service food hall housed in the two-story building currently being erected in the southwestern corner of the property.

FOOD HALL BUILDING PICTURED TO THE LEFT WITH OUTDOOR COURTYARD SPACE. SHIPPING CONTAINER RETAIL LOCATED TO THE RIGHT COULD POSSIBLY HOST A BOUTIQUE COFFEE SHOP.

A full-service food hall means that a hostess will seat you and present you with a comprehensive menu for all of the food stalls, take your order, and deliver your food from the corresponding vendors.

It will feature 12 food stalls and a bar operated by the food hall team; the stalls will be run by independent vendors, including:

  • Humble Vegan
  • Fork and Hen
  • Fork and Sea
  • Chef and I
  • Sorellina
  • Orlando Meats
  • French Bistro
  • Poke and Rose
  • And four unannounced/unnamed stalls

Also coming to the development is a dogy daycare, a possible trending coffee shop, a possible market like Eola General, a possible diner, and a possible brewery. So many possibilities (leases are still being signed so we were sworn to secrecy). A handful of units are still open for lease and anyone interested in learning more can call Genny Hall, Colliers International, at 407-362-6162 for more information.

The Yard is expected to open in early 2020 for retail with residents moving into the apartments in phases, with full occupancy expected in the second quarter of 2020. Prices for the 591 Class A residential units have not been made public.

Parking will be provided on-site with 138 spaces on the first two levels of the parking garage and 35 spaces on a surface lot located at the center of the development.


Editor’s Note: We love that Gordy and team have worked so hard to keep the old grain silos on the property but we’d love to see them really activated. We suggest transforming the interiors into tiny house-like artist lofts for an Artist in Residence program in partnership with an organization like nearby Mennello Museum and treating the exterior like The Beacon in Lake Nona with fancy projections.


“THE BEACON” PHOTO BY MACBETH STUDIO

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Brendan O'Connorhttps://www.brendanoconnor.me/
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