A new development is in the works for one of the hottest parts of Somerville, and it would include at least a handful of dining and drinking options.
Boston Magazine is reporting that Bow Market has been proposed for a space between Somerville Avenue and Bow Street that was formerly home to a storage facility. The complex would consist of more than 30 little storefronts with relatively short-term leases (half of which may be food vendors), as well as one or two brick-and-mortar businesses, a brewery, and a theater. Bow Market would also have a common seating area and a courtyard outside, and one space would be set aside for a quarterly rotating food pop-up.
If all goes as planned, Bow Market could be open by later this year, according to the article.
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