Three new vendors have been added to the eatery lineup at Union Street Market, which is part of the Electric Works redevelopment in Fort Wayne. That, as the organization also announced new leaders for the food market.
The new concepts include a pastry shop, a deli, and a meal prep shop.
The owners of the Country Store in Grabill are opening Grabill Amish Pastries, which will offer fresh-baked breads, handmade donuts and their signature Amish noodles.
Grabill Amish Deli will offer hot and cold sandwiches, as well as sliced meats and cheeses.
Herculean Meal Prep, which has a store in the Bottleworks Food Hall in Indianapolis, provides prepared meals ready to cook at home.
“Union Street Market continues to attract new merchants, adding strong concepts to a diverse mix of local food entrepreneurs,” said Ted Spitzer, Union Street Market’s director of planning and development. “We cannot wait to open our doors and begin serving the region seven days a week!”
Union Street Market is schedule to open this fall and is currently over 75% leased.
The market also announced new leaders to oversee the market.
Katy Silliman has been named senior experience director for Electric Works. Silliman will oversee operations of the Electric Works West campus, which includes market operations, community activation, events and programming.
Ermin Husidic has been named market director. Electric Works says Husidic is a U.S. Air Force veteran, who had served in a variety of hospitality and tourism management roles over the past 15 years.