Food Hall Under Development in St. Louis Is 50 Percent Preleased
ST. LOUIS — Lawrence Group, the developer for City Foundry STL, has unveiled that the 30,000-square-foot food hall at the mixed-use project is now 50 percent preleased. The lineup of food vendors is exclusive to the development and St. Louis. Tenants include CropCircle, serving country fair-type foods; Good Day, offering crepes and breakfast sandwiches; Hello Poke, serving fresh poke and seafood; Lost & Found, a burger and pizza joint; Juice Box Central, a drink station with juices and smoothies; Mokyu Mokyu, selling ice cream with a Japanese and Korean flair; Press Waffle Co.; serving made-to-order waffles; Sumax, known for its Middle Eastern hummus and wraps; and UKraft; offering breakfast bowls, sandwiches, and soups.
City Foundry STL is the adaptive reuse of the former 10-acre Century Electric Foundry complex in St. Louis’ Midtown neighborhood. The $210 million first phase will include 122,000 square feet of restaurant and entertainment space, 105,000 square feet of shops and 107,000 square feet of office space. Additional tenants will be announced this spring. Phase I is slated to begin opening in mid-2019.