DeKalb Market Hall Latest To Delay Opening At City Point

Photo via City Point
Photo via City Point

A new food hall set to debut this fall in Downtown Brooklyn is the latest venture to delay its opening at the massive City Point development.

The DeKalb Market Hall (445 Gold St.) will open in 2017 instead of this fall as planned, The Brownstoner reported. The news came after Trader Joe’s and Alamo Drafhouse both announced opening delays at City Point.

“We’ll be coordinating our opening with the other food-level tenants. As they are delayed, we will open when they are ready in 2017,” DeKalb Market Food Hall Managing Partner Anna Castellani told the site.

The 30,000 square foot space will feature more than 50 food vendors including Katz’s Delicatessen, Fletcher’s Brooklyn Barbecue, Arepa Lady, Forcella, Ample Hills, and Pain D’Avignon.

Target and Century 21 have also delayed City Point openings with no further information, according to Curbed New York. Dekalb Market Hall still has “opening fall 2016” on its website.

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