A Mini Union Market is Coming to Brentwood

Brentwood apartment Studio 3807 Landex Development Maryland Gateway Arts District

Studio 3807 rendering courtesy of Landex Development

An artisanal food hall will open in Brentwood later this summer.

Located on the ground floor of an upcoming apartment building, Savor at Studio 3807 will feature several up-and-coming vendors.

The concept behind Savor should be familiar to anyone who’s visited Union Market just down the road in D.C., though it will be about a fourth the size.

The 6,300-square-foot food hall will be an indoor market where customers can meet up for food and drinks from different restaurants under the same roof. The goal is to serve as an incubator, allowing entrepreneurs to test concepts with advice on finance, marketing and menu development.

“Our goal is to work with startups,” said Landex Development CEO Peter Siegel, which is developing Studio 3807. “My hope is they get so big and find their own space on the Route 1 corridor and provide more economic development to the area.”

The food hall’s first vendors will be D.C. Sweet Potato Cake, a small commercial bakery; Sauce, a health-conscious spot run by a dietitian and chef that will serve lunch and dinner; Artisan Market, which will offer local honey, produce and jam, among other things; and Commune Cocktail, which will offer craft wine, beer and liquor.

The food hall will be managed by April Richardson, owner of D.C. Sweet Potato Cake and Delectable Cakery, who will also help vendors with business advice.

Siegel said he hopes the food hall will “reduce the barrier to entry” for entrepreneurs.

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6 Responses to A Mini Union Market is Coming to Brentwood

  1. "Ben" says:

    GREAT !!

  2. Kim says:

    Great article! Is there a link or contact information to sign-up?

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  4. this building is HENIOUS. Could they have come up with a tackier uglier design? It looks terrible on its own, and in the context of the surrounding area. Just dreadful. Theres a zero percent chance, that a ‘mini’ union market works in the building aside from just ripping of residents in the building (bc there is barely anywhere else within walking distance to get food/or drink).

  5. Broccolydia says:

    I think it’s very exciting. I love union market and look forward to a mini version 5 minutes from my work in a food desert.

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