Three years ago, the U.S. Post Office on lower Atlantic Street closed. As recently reported in the Stamford Advocate, the 100-year old building will be developed by the Capelli Organization of White Plains and will feature a food hall that will resemble the Urbanspace markets throughout NYC.
According to Capelli’s CEO Bruce Berg, the food hall will include vendors that will sell a variety of food, including pizza, a cheese shop, and may include a full restaurant. CTbites is currently tracking down a few leads on several of the early vendors who have agreed to take space, and if true this will be a diverse and wonderful selection of food. Berg also told a crowd at a recent open meeting that the original building will be restored.
This is great news to both architecture and food aficionados.
For the full Stamford Advocate story click here.
CTbites will post more news so stay tuned.
[Photo: Scott Mullin / For Hearst Connecticut Media]