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Food court, lofts set for completion in January; plenty of space left

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The latest timeline has the International Food Court at 114 Broad St. and loft apartments above it opening in January.

Dr. Raj Miniyar owns the building and planned the food court to include up to nine different food vendors featuring multinational cuisines.

Collin Doss, the leasing agent for the property, said two vendors have put down deposits to be included so far and a third commitment is expected soon. He could not identify the tenants but said one serves Chinese cuisine while another offers southwestern cuisine. The third prospect is more of a traditional hot dog and hamburger type vendor. The food booths are located along the south wall.

Large seating areas will be located at both the front and rear of the building with exterior patio areas in the design.

Each of the vendors will have approximately 400-500 square feet of space, but Doss said changes could be made to accommodate potential tenants.

The loft apartments on the second floor will include four one-bedroom units and four two-bedroom units. A common hallway that runs along the south side of the building serves the lofts.

Rents will range from $900 a month to $1,600 a month, according to Doss.