We’re excited to be partnering with developers, hoteliers and architects on mixed-use projects across the country. Both unique bar concepts as well management deals with food hall developers. FIRETEN’s approach to projects varies from city to city. We like to understand the culture, the needs and the wants of the community so we can create a space that will draw both locals and visitors.

Grandview Public Market

Located in West Palm Beach, FL Grandview Public Market is a 13,000 square foot food hall. There are 10 different food concepts as well as two bars on property: Five Palms and Six Bells. Grandview Public Market is a gathering place for many in the community and is the perfect spot to celebrate every season of life. Programming ranges from kids’ music classes, open air markets, live music entertainment and many more. 

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Reno Public Market 

Reno Public Market is the redevelopment of a 50 year old shopping center, Shoppers Square which has been a trusted retail center for the Reno community since 1923. The new and improved shopping center is a celebration of the Reno community and highlights local chefs, makers, and artists. RPM is located a mile from the Reno Tahoe International Airport and anchors the heart of the business and tourism district, Midtown.

Reno Public Market is a 25,000 square foot food hall in the middle of one of the biggest development projects to date in Reno, NV. RPM will have 19 food hall vendors. Other concepts are embedded in Reno Public Market, including: a brewery/distillery, private offices/coworking space, art collective, makers market, as well as many other retail shops. 

Within Reno Public Market... FIRETEN Hospitality will own and operate the main bar in the market, Honey. This 960+ square foot bar is set directly in front of the RPM stage and LED screen, Honey is at the heart of the market as well as all live programming. At Honey, we incorporate craft cocktails and source local honey as well as Mead. We are focused on bee preservation and have partnered with a local beekeeper association. 

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