Proposal For Public Food­­­ Market Developer & Operator



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TABLE B: YEAR ROUND INTERIOR VENDORS


Category

Type of Year Round Provider

Geographical Source of Goods*

Total Est. # of Vendors

Est. Sq. Ft

10 x 10 ft

Area on

Layout

Vegetables/Herbs

- SE, Cape Cod & Islands

- Central

- Berkshires

- Pioneer Valley

- 1

- 1

- 1

-1

- 430 SF

- 345 SF

- 285 SF

- 250 SF

- 12

- 24

-7

-30

Orchard Fruit

- Farmer

- Farmer Coop

- Central

- Berkshires

- 1

- 1

- 280 SF

- 275 SF

- 23

- 8

Meat

- Farmer

- Farmer

- Central

- Berkshires

- 1

- 1

- 230 SF

- 245 SF

- 22

- 25

Poultry

- Farmer Coop

- Central

- Pioneer Valley

- 1

-1


- 280 SF

- 250 SF

- 26

- 29

Dairy

- Private individual

- Coop

- Boston Metro

- Berkshires

- 1

- 1

- 250 SF

- 745 SF

- 32

- 13

Fish

- Fisherman Coop

- SE, Cape Cod & Islands

- 1

- 1

- 390 SF

- 215 SF

- 27

-17

Shellfish

- Private individuals

- SE, Cape Cod & Islands

- 2

- 770 SF

- 515 SF

- 37

- 28

Maple Syrup

- Coop: Mass Maple

- Statewide

- 1

- 290 SF

- 15

Honey

- Coop

- Statewide

- 1

- 110 SF

- 6

Chocolate

- Private Individual

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 290 SF

- 20

Bread

- Private individuals

- Boston Metro


- 2

- 365 SF

- 285 SF

- 10

- 19

Pasta

- Private individual

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 638 SF

- 2

Baked Goods

- Private individuals

- Boston Metro



- 2

- 1340 SF

- 250 SF

-1

- 31


Specialty Items

- Private Individuals

- Boston Metro

- 3

- 290SF

- 290 SF

- 250 F

-36

-33

-16

Preserves

- Coop

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 295 SF

- 35

Roasted Nuts

- Private individual

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 365 SF

- 9

Coffee Roasters

-Private Company

- Northeast

- 1

- 500 SF

- 5

Tea Blenders

- Private Company

- Northeast

- 1

- 165 SF

- 21

Soft Drinks

- Private Company

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 445 SF

- 18

Wine

- Private

- SE, Cape Cod & Islands

- Central

- 2

- 360 SF

- 11

-34

Beer

- Private individual

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 345 SF

- 4

Spirits

- Private individual

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 310 SF

- 3

Horticulture

- Distributor

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 315 SF

- 14

TOTAL







- 37

13,188**




*We have divided Massachusetts into the following 6 regions:

1. Berkshires - Farthest western reaches 2. Pioneer Valley - Hampden, Hampshire & Franklin counties

3. Central - Worcester County 4. Northeast – Essex and Middlesex Counties

5. Boston Metro - The suburbs and town within 25 miles of Boston proper

6. Southeast, Cape Cod & Islands Region includes part of Norfolk, all of Bristol, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket


  • **Includes the Flex space on Figure 6 in the RFP (Now #36) and the addition of Areas 15, 16 & 17. Excludes Area 8 & 12 (1,363 SF) in the RFP. Indicates increased footage for change of Bakery location. See page xx for explanation on alternate use of Area 8 & 12 and page xx for proposed design.


TABLE C: SEASONAL INTERIOR VENDORS


Category

Type of Seasonal Provider

Geographical Source of Goods

Total Est. # of Vendors

Est. Sq.Ft

10 x 10 ft

Area on

Layout

Vegetables/Herbs

  • - Farmers

  • - Farmer Coop

- Boston Metro

- Central MA

- 1

- 1

- 100 SF

- 100 SF

Plaza/Hanover

Orchard Fruit

- Farmer

- Farmer Cop

- Central Mass

- Berkshires

-1

-1

- 100 SF

- 100 SF

Plaza/Hanover

Soft Fruit

- Farmers

- Pioneer Valley


- 1

- 100 SF


Plaza/Hanover

Horticulture

- Horticulturist

- Boston Metro

- 1

- 100 SF

Plaza/Hanover

TOTAL







- 6

- 600 SF





TABLE D: TEMPORARY EXTERIOR DAY STALLS/TABLES


Category

Type of Temporary Provider

Geographical Source of Goods

Total Est. # of Vendors

Est. Sq. Ft*

Area on

Layout

Vegetables/Herbs

  • - Farmers

- Berkshires

- Pioneer Valley

- Northeast

- 4

- 3

- 3

Mix

- 3 on Congress

- 7 on Plaza

Orchard Fruit

- Farmers



- Pioneer Valley

- Berkshires

- Central

- 3

- 3

- 3



Mix

- 3 on Congress

- 6 on Plaza

Soft Fruit

- Farmers

- Northeast

- SE Cape Cod & Islands

- Berkshires

- 3

- 3

- 2



Mix

- 2 on Congress

- 6 on Plaza

Bakery

- Private individual3



- Central

- Boston Metro

- 2

- 2



Mix

- 2 on Congress

- 3 on Plaza

Bread

- Private individuals



- Boston Metro

- Northeast

- 4

- 2




Mix

- 2 on Congress

- 4 on Plaza

Specialty Food

- Private individuals



- SE Cape Cod & Islands

- Boston Metro

- 3

- 3



Mix

- 3 on Congress

- 3 on Plaza

Horticulture

- Private individuals



- SE Cape Cod & Islands

- Central

- 1

-2



Mix

-3 on Plaza

TOTAL







47

3,700 SF




* The vendor Stalls are 10 x 10 ft and Tables are 5 x 10 ft
Design and Drawings

We have retained the spirit of the PPS Implementation Plan; however, we have made some modifications to improve the efficiency of the facility and to increase the enjoyment of the public’s experience. Please refer to the Design Plans on pages 11-15 which illustrates the narrative below.


i. Layout and circulation

We propose to concentrate the interior stalls within the Congress Street, Hanover Street and Plaza hub sector. The original Area 8 and 12 stalls, located at the corner of Congress St. and New Sudbury, will be utilized for a Demonstration Kitchen and a Cold Storage area for our vendors. We believe that any vendors in this area would otherwise be isolated from the heart of the market. This space, with a direct entry from the sidewalk, provides a perfect opportunity to develop a world-class Demonstration Kitchen in a dynamic setting, with flexible seating to serve our programming, educational and entertaining needs.


In addition, we have allocated the area originally identified as Storage and Deliveries as our main Bakery area. This modification allows for direct access to the Bakery from the Plaza and into and from the Market. The location also can further energize the Plaza with related interior/exterior seating and casual tables for Bakery patrons. The original location isolated the Bakery from the Market.
We have also increased the interior Vendor stall space by combining the original Flex space with Area 9, and Area 10 with Area 11. We have also added three more stalls along the Hanover Street wall (Area 15, 16 and 17), by reducing the width of the original Area 13.
The suggestion of mezzanines has been considered, but the height of the space appears insufficient for this approach, once the added floor framing, raised main floor and MEP/FP distribution is accounted for.

ii. Access

We have maintained seven entrances; however, the locations differ from the Implementation Plan in the following ways:

On the Plaza side we have maintained the entrance to the original Storage and Deliveries section (Entry 1), eliminated the original Bakery entrance, and added Entry 2 to the left of the Office lobby.

On Hanover Street we have maintained Entry 3 and 4.

On Congress Street we have maintained Entry 5, eliminated the direct entrance into the Market, and maintained Entry 6 from the MBTA.

On New Sudbury Street we have maintained Entry 7.

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