This 500-seat food hall is coming to downtown Boston next year
Rockpoint Group, Rockhill Management and CANAdev are leasing a 22-vendor food hall that will be located in the shared atrium space between 160 Federal St. and 100 High St. in Boston’s Financial District.
When it opens next year, High Street Place will feature seating for 500, a large-format projection screen, an area for live music performances, and a green wall, a Rockpoint representative said in a statement. The food hall will take the place of a Freshii, a healthy fast-casual chain that opened in 2011.
The building permit for the project is valued at $13 million. News of the food hall was first reported by Eater Boston.
The High Street Place buildout comes at a time when many Financial District building owners are revamping their ground-floor and lobby spaces. Boston Properties recently reopened the renovated lobby at 100 Federal St., which also features a green wall, as well as a newly constructed glass atrium with multiple food and drink vendors and its own large-format projection screen. Lobby renovations are also underway at 110 High St., 99 High St. and One Beacon St.
Food markets are an increasingly popular choice with Boston landlords. For example, Samuels & Associates is building out the 21,500-square-foot Time Out Market at 401 Park, formerly known as the Landmark Center, in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. And real estate development firm Nordblom Co. could bring a food hall to the former Boston Globe headquarters in Dorchester.