THE DEPOT 303

MULBERRY FOOD HALL

CLIENT

City of Mulberry

SCALE

14,000 SF

STATUS

Under Construction

COMPLETION

2024

Straughn Trout Architects, in a design-build format with Rodda Construction, was engaged to design a renovation and restoration of a 14,000 SF building in Mulberry, Florida. The renovation will create an urban food hall near the central axis of Downtown Mulberry in a community redevelopment district.

The food hall will house seven (7) vendors, a common commercial kitchen area, public seating with an outdoor plaza, and new restrooms + mechanical support spaces. The design narrative of The Depot 303 is centered around the area’s historical roots in phosphate and railroad transportation. Façade improvements first create a new visual identity for the property. Subtle design nods to railcars, rail spikes, and the town’s historic train depot throughout the interior, paired with wayfinding landmarks such as signage & murals, create a fusion of industrial and historic aesthetics within. The project is currently under construction and scheduled for completion in 2024. Its conclusion will add a compelling new chapter to Mulberry’s evolving downtown core.

IN THE MEDIA


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