Whitehall Mill Market
Whitehall Mill is a mixed-use adaptive reuse of a historic mill complex. Originally constructed in 1798 as a flour mill and later converted to a cotton mill, the Hampden development now houses 88,000 sf of re-imagined space including; apartments, a restaurant, vibrant market, public event space, offices and enclosed parking. Over the last two centuries, Whitehall has seen a variety of businesses, periods of vacancy and development struggles due to flood risk. Now, through innovative design and development, Whitehall is an anchor for its community – a home, a gathering place and a cultivation ground for local entrepreneurs.
Terra Nova Ventures, LLC
Food hall and community space in historic mill building
Dining + Leisure
Historic + Adaptive Reuse