We told you HERE that Mason Capital Partners, the new owners of Bumby Arcade Building, would be opening a new food hall concept in the historic Church Street building at 128 W. Church Street [GMap]. Well, we just found some of the concept art online.
Editor’s Note: Click HERE for more information on the Bumby Arcade’s namesake.
The first plans to be submitted to the City included renderings of an exterior, free-standing addition to the east side of the building along the train tracks that would extend the rear entrance up to the street for better wayfinding. See below.
Since then, more renderings of the interior have been posted to Loopnet.com in order to attract future food hall tenants.
The listing reveals that up to 16,000 SF of retail space will be available for lease on the first floor of the historic building with roughly 18 total stalls randing from 300-1,000 SF in size each with “ample seating.”
The listing goes on to say, “… Bumby Arcade will serve as the epicenter of Orlando’s burgeoning food scene, offering an eclectic variety of fare and craft from local chefs and restauranteurs.”
An additional 16,000 + SF of Class A office space will also be available on the second floor, complete with vaulted ceilings and overlooking the Bumby Arcade food hall.
Renderings, that we’ve included below, also show plans to keep Cheyenne Saloon and extend the food hall concept into the existing Orchid Garden space next door.
There is no public timeline for this project at this time but an estimated availability for the leases is listed as March 1, 2020.
We just shared the plans for the second Lincoln tower that will be erected behind this development HERE.