NuLu Food Hall, a mixed-use co-ed building under development

NuLu Food Hall, a mixed-use co-ed building under development

Foundation work will begin soon on a mixed-use development, to include co-working space and a food hall, on the edge of NuLu.

The as-yet-unnamed building at 750 E. Jefferson St. will be located at 750 E. Jefferson St., said Maria Gratz, CEO of Louisville-based developer Weyland Ventures. It will include about 80,000 square feet of usable space between four floors.

A food hall is planned on the building’s first floor, reminiscent of Logan Street Market and the Village Market in Paristown Point, but also inspired by halls in major cities including Chicago and Denver, Gratz said.

She also envisions providing space for fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers during the summer.

A view of the future site of a mixed-use project at the corner of Jefferson and Shelby streets.  A parking structure is being constructed to support various development projects on the building, including a Hilton-branded hotel scheduled to open next year.

Just above, there will be a co-working space, which Gratz said will co-exist with the dining space below, where workers will hold coffee or lunch meetings downstairs alongside tourists and locals who will come to eat.

“It can almost become an extension of your office,” she said. Specific vendors have not yet been selected for the food hall.

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