Boston Gets Its First Food Hall | High Street Place | Alec Tarberry, Boston Realty Advisors

Boston Gets Its First Food Hall | High Street Place | Alec Tarberry, Boston Realty Advisors

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here on real-estate talk Boston joined by alak tarr berry director of a retail team over at Boston Realty Advisors out thanks for stopping by thank you for having me you guys are involved and created a really cool project down on High Street tell us a little bit more about this great destination restaurant area so this is called high street place and it's an 18,000 square foot food hall this will be Boston's first real food hall it's in the heart of the financial
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district near South Station and we'll have what's a really unique experience because we'll have 22 different food vendors selling every kind of category food you can imagine all in one setting with a liquor license for the whole property it's open container and what this is is a destination for groups of people who want to go have a great meal have a glass of wine and everybody's tastes can be everybody's needs can be met you know changing world where
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there's allergies and people you know that eat certain foods this kind of changes the way people go out to dinners you can go to one spot but eat at different places is essentially what I'm understanding that's right if you have somebody in your group who is vegan you have somebody who really wants to get a burger sushi it's all there everybody can go get the food they want sit down together and what's interesting this is a food hall is also really the the new cutting edge anchor tenant for a
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real estate development in the old days we think of anchor tenants as department stores and malls movie theaters and restaurants and this is really the future these are popping up all over the country and all over Europe interesting very cool way to approach restaurants now I know this is in the financial district is it's gonna just be open Monday through Friday during work hours or is this a place to go on the weekends as well this will be nights and weekends seven days a week what's
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it's in an area that historically has not been busy on weekends right we know that but what's amazing about it is by having 22 different vendors you create a destination and you see this in new real estate developments all over for example in the Seaport when legal seafoods first opened at Liberty wharf it was with Dell Frisco's tennis call it had five restaurants in one area where there used to be nothing all of a sudden you have a destination it's called the cluster effect and that's really important for someone whether they are a real estate
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developer or just a home buyer they there's values increase where there's multiple food concepts that appeal to different groups of people this is even a little bit different from that and that it's not just restaurants that are next to each other you can actually get food at one of the 22 different places your buddy girlfriend wife husband gets it at a different place but you're eating at the same spot they're eating together and we'll have almost 500 seats in this space which is you know you think about kind of old-style mall food
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courts not a lot of seating Quincy Market of Fanueil Hall Boston public market hardly any places to sit down you just kind of become a hot spot for first dates right yes can please everybody because there's something for something for everyone yeah and it's cool it's it's what's these are all all the vendors are going to be some of the best chefs in Boston and some of the best concepts in Boston so this is kind of like a best of Boston all coming together under one roof fantastic well thank you for stopping by and if you'd like to learn more about high street
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place you can go to be our advisors com remember we have more cool tips just like this right here on Boston Common

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