DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — A forthcoming food hall is reportedly the latest venture to delay its opening at the massive new City Point development.
The food hall will now time its opening with that of the Alamo Drafthouse and Trader Joe’s, which have also been pushed back to 2017, the food hall's managing partner told the site.
“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,” she said.
The 26,000-square-foot food hall will feature 55 vendors, including Katz’s Delicatessen, Ample Hills and the Arepa Lady.
As of Tuesday, the City Point website still said its food and retail tenants, including Target and Century 21, would open by 2016.
Representatives for City Point did not immediately respond to requests for comment.