Market Hall is a large retail concept planned for the western edge of Culver City, and its fate will be decided tomorrow at the Culver City Planning Commission. The proposal includes a massive food hall and retail space by developer Regency Center.
Curbed LA first noted the project in 2008, and it’s been stuck in development hell ever since. The Regency Center proposal will take over two long-standing vacant lots on the northeast and northwest corners of Centinela Avenue and Washington Boulevard.
If approved, the food hall will occupy the northwest corner with 28 food vendors, and a four-level parking garage. Regency Center describes the site as a “place-making landmark devoted to culinary creativity, quality, and experience.” The adjacent northeast corner will have over 5,000 square feet of commercial space, and a much smaller parking lot.
The enthusiasm around food halls could translate into perfect timing for Market Hall, making it one of the largest in the city. Urbanize LA and JRDV Architects first found the renderings.