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Potential food hall planned near Winco in Meridian


The City of Meridian received an application for another project at the Orchard Park development. 

Orchard Park, formerly Linder Village, is a large mixed-use project with retail buildings, office space, drive-thru sites, parking, and future residential development in north Meridian.

Permits submitted to the city show that the newest addition to this project is a one-story 3,800 square foot building with room for five tenants. The application letter said tenant improvements would be submitted later. 

The application calls the project a ‘food hall’ and said the tenants would face the Orchard Park plaza and patio.

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“This open food hall concept is designed to face out to the future patio and plaza, this creates a unique opportunity to highlight all four facades of the building, focusing the main circulation inward towards the patio/plaza,” the application letter said. “Large storefront windows and an overhead coiling door open the interior of the Market Building out to the patio, which is intended to be used year-round. Use of cedar panels alternating with stone create a rhythmic design language is used throughout the other elevations to provide a consistent massing on all facades.”


The application said the exterior would align with the other Orchard Park projects.

“(The exterior) utilizes stone veneer, wood, cedar siding accents, metal panels, and black aluminum storefront systems with a standing seam metal roof,” the application letter said. “The materials and colors used deliver an aesthetically pleasing building that will complement the surrounding architectural style of the Orchard Park Development.”

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The city requires 15 parking stalls, however, the application said through a cross parking agreement with the Orchard Park library and the rest of the development, proposes 121 stalls. 

The applicant is looking for a design review and zoning compliance from the city.

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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