A rendering of the food hall.
The revamped Ballston Mall will have a slew of food options for patrons when it opens next year.
Quarter Market Food Hall at the Ballston Quarter development will have 18 different vendors, many that are well-known in the DC area. Ice Cream Jubilee, Buredo and Timber Pizza Company are just a few of the eateries that have already signed on. The food hall will center around a 5,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor plaza.
Forest City is redeveloping the three-story mall at the intersection of Wilson Boulevard and North Randolph Street (map) with plans for a new 22-story, 406-unit building with approximately 66,500 square feet of retail and 282 below-grade parking spaces. The project, dubbed Ballston Center, is designed by CallisonRTKL and the architect of record is Cooper Carry.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/massive_food_hall_coming_to_ballston_mall_development/13364.
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