Set to open at the end of 2017, the 50,000-square-foot space, located at the corner of Edinburgh and Beverly Boulevards, will feature more than 30 restaurants across two-stories plus a rooftop. In addition to the vendor space, there will be a 1,500-square-foot dining area where visitors can order from multiple eateries at once from table-side tablets. Seating for 600 will include the rooftop and patio, and there will be 300 on-site parking spaces.
So far, the only confirmed lease belongs to chef Octavio Becerra, who'll take over a space that's detached from the building. Becerra's latest venture was the former Acabar, where he served inspired Moroccan cuisine.
In addition to the food stalls, Edin Park will also feature 13 fitness and retail tenants on the second floor so guests can eat, shop and work out all under one roof.
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