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Market to open in former Midtown theater
The final piece to redeveloping the block that was once home to the only theater in Midtown is set with plans for a combined market and micro-restaurants.
The Pivot Project bought the former Uptown Theater and adjoining offices and retail at 1212 N Hudson Ave. last year.
They announced Resolution Legal Group will occupy a renovated and expanded two-story office annex on the north half of the block and then said a smaller retail shop on the south end will be expanded into a future home for Elk Valley Brewing Co.
Allison Bailey, representative for Hudson Street Market, confirmed Tuesday the former theater building in the center of the block will be home to six micro-restaurants (300 square feet each) and a larger market that will sell food staples, produce, cheese, chocolates, kitchen items and also host a butcher and fish monger.
Other items likely to be featured at the market will include floral items, cookbooks, table linens and health and beauty products.
“This is a market with both ready-to-eat food and a food mercantile,” Bailey said. “It's collaborative with the brewery and other spaces in midtown. Customers will be able to get eggs, breads, basics for their kitchen and Made in Oklahoma items. It will fill much of the grocery void in Midtown.”