With promises of a $100 million dollar renovation for the 360,000-sq. foot site, NAP, said that the area "will come alive in the next 18 months."
According to a release, visitors might already notice barriers in place in the former Mitchell’s Fish Market, which closed late last year, as improvements are already underway. Construction begins in earnest in late Summer and will continue through 2020.
“We are boldly envisioning the possibilities of dynamic indoor and outdoor spaces for activation and events as well as the interplay of long-term commercial and hospitality relevant tenant relationships, both existing and new to provide a year-round venue that attracts people that live, work, and play in the region,” said Brett Kratzer, president of Reztark Design Studio, the company who did the renderings.
Over the next few months, NAP will announce new restaurant and retail concepts for the property, including chef-driven restaurant concepts and first to market operators, which will celebrate its iconic location and leverage local talent, warm Southern hospitality and a commitment to unassuming luxury for guests.