Gu's Dumplings, Kilwins, and more are planned for the development.
RocaPoint Partners and The Georgetown Company Tuesday unveiled plans to incorporate "Market Hall," a food-hall-style concept, in the developers' forthcoming Halcyon mixed-use project in Forsyth County.
The $370 million development early-2016 broke ground at Ga. 400 and McFarland Road.
In addition to three previously announced concepts from chef Marc Taft, Halcyon Tuesday announced deals have been secured for Gu’s Dumplings, Tacayo (a taco stand), Kilwins Chocolates, Fudge, and Ice Cream, Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company, Butcher & Brew, and Never Enough Thyme (relocating from its Alpharetta home.)
The "Market Hall," sharing similarities to the ones in Krog Street and Ponce City Markets, will house stalls for Gu’s, Tacayo, Kilwins, Land of a Thousand Hills, Feed, and Taft’s burger restaurant.
Halcyon plans also call for 500,000 square feet of office space, 690 residential units, two hotels, and a dine-in movie theatre.