UPDATE (July 17, 2018): El Burro Pollo Burrito Kitchen, Poke Burri, and Wildleaf To Open in The Collective
The Collective, a food hall with space for eight to 10 concepts, is planned for the forthcoming Coda development in Midtown, according to a press release Monday.
The food hall will feature communal-style seating areas opening up into a 20,000-square-foot outdoor space.
Portman Holdings is working closely with architects designing the project and restaurant leasing is underway, spearheaded by SRS Real Estate Partners’ team Adrienne Crawford and Lily H. Heimburger for The Collective at Coda.
“Midtown is the new headquarters for numerous large, high-profile companies whose employees value access to unique culinary destinations,” Heimburger said in the release.
“We’re creating space that, like a true marketplace, will offer pedestrian-accessible gathering, meeting and dining spots dispersed throughout.”
The Collective is the latest component to Coda, a 645,000-square-foot Class-T office development, rising at 771 Spring Street.
The historic three-story brick Crum & Forster building located on the property will serve as an 8,000-square-foot, full-service restaurant with patio seating serving as a gateway to The Collective.
Prospective food offerings include healthy cuisine with salad, grain bowls and smoothies; international flair street food including Middle Eastern, Mexican, Asian, Indian and other offerings, along with staples such as pizza and coffee establishments, as well as a full-service central bar that will enable patrons to take advantage of open carry permitting at Coda.
The Collective is scheduled to open February 2019.
In related news, North American Properties is opening Main and Main, a Colony Square food hall.
That must mean open container, right?
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