Broadway Market Redevelopment Plan Could Include Restaurant, Amphitheater
A development team has proposed a 400-seat restaurant, a seafood market and an amphitheater for Broadway Market's makeover.
The Baltimore Public Markets Corp. could decide by the end of this summer whether the proposal from Klein Enterprises, The Dolben Co. and Atlas Restaurant Group will move forward, the Baltimore Business Journal reports. Klein and Dolben partnered to develop the residences and shops along Broadway that flank the market, the $41M Marketplace at Fells.
Atlas Restaurant Group owns swanky Harbor East restaurants Ouzo Bay, Azumi and Loch Bar, and has two more on the way: Italian restaurant Tagliata and a rooftop bar and restaurant that is under construction at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore.
The market renovation has had fits and starts over the years. Last year, the nonprofit that oversees the market decided to rebid the renovation after WorkShop Development's agreement expired and the developer chose not to submit a proposal to extend it. Work on the market makeover plan was delayed due to anticipated construction of the Red Line, which Gov. Larry Hogan ultimately killed.