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Artegon Marketplace to Close, Future Development Undisclosed

Artegon Marketplace, the retooled 452,000 square-foot megamall on International Drive that opened just two years ago, will close in two weeks. Reports said the owners held a meeting with the mall’s tenants this morning to share the news.

Last October we reported that a “top U.S. theme park operator” may be in the preliminary process of building a major tourist project on 200+ acres of land on Orlando’s International Drive.

That location includes land that the Artegon Marketplace sits on. The mall has been up for sale since August 2016. Artegon Marketplace opened in 2014. The facility first opened in 2002 as Festival Bay Mall.

Several anchor stores, including Bass Pro Shops and Cinemark Theater, will remain open.

Representatives of the Artegon Marketplace have declined comment on the future of the parcel.  Watch this website for further details as they become available.


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Artegon Marketplace Grand Opening This Weekend

Starting Thursday, November 20, and running through Saturday, November 22, Orlando’s Artegon Marketplace will be celebrating its grand opening with a full schedule of live entertainment throughout the property.

Guests will be treated to continuous live entertainment ranging from African acrobats to the Blues Brothers and will be among the first to experience Artegon’s expansive “Sky Trail” ropes course
and collection of 165 artisanal shops and stores featuring locally sourced products and services.

The full line-up of grand opening festivities also includes:
– Street Beatz, an urban musical rhythmic experience.
– Anti-Gravity, an acrobatic show featuring athletic and dance performers.
– Street Breakz, a high energy audience participation breakdance show.
– Caricaturists, henna and jawa tattoo painters, and canvas airbrush artists.
– Stilt-walkers, power jumpers, cirque acts and other edgy performers.
– Radio remotes with K92FM, XL 106.7, Rumba 100.3 and MAGIC 107.7.
– Complimentary swag bag for the first 200 guests.

Artegon Marketplace Orlando is a new shopping concept for the region inspired by such famous marketplaces as Seattle’s Pike Place, Boston’s Faneuil Hall, New York’s Chelsea Market and the London Flower Market. Located in the former Festival Bay Mall, it was redeveloped by Paragon Outlet Partners, LLC, considered one of the most influential and forward-thinking development firms in the nation’s retail real estate industry.

Unique to the shopping attraction is Florida’s largest daily indoor artisan marketplace. The Village at Artegon Marketplace Orlando houses 165 artisanal shops and stores where local craftspeople
sell and demonstrate their products and services. They include Florida Soap Company, Poca’s Hottest, Vagabond Traveler, David Ramirez Chocolates and Kathryn McHenry of SOS Art Studio,2
along with a variety of other one-of-a-kind artisans offering eco-friendly handbags and accessories, jewelry, sculpture, mixed media artwork, custom clothing and locally-sourced foods. Complementing The Village at Artegon Marketplace Orlando are some of the biggest brands in dining and retail. These anchor tenants include Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Cinemark Theaters, Sheplers Western Stores, Radbourne Center, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill and Berghoff’s Oktoberfest. The latter two venues are scheduled to open by spring 2015. Rounding out the guest experience are more than 20 in-line retailers. Highlights include GODS & MONSTERS, the first high-end innovative comics and collectibles store of its kind in the country, and the nation’s first International Hot Glass, a glass gallery showcasing artists from around the world and a studio where guests can work with a professional glass blower to create their own
piece of art.

Paragon Outlet Partners designed Artegon Marketplace Orlando to be a highly immersive and interactive experience unlike any other in Central Florida. Beyond the artisan marketplace, anchor
tenants and in-line retailers, other defining features include:

– The Great Hall with an expansive “Sky Trail” ropes course (paid admission) and a variety of food offerings, from coffee and Danish to pizza, sandwiches and salads.
– Free Wi-Fi both indoors and in the outdoor plaza areas.
– Caricaturists, henna and jawa tattoo painters, canvas airbrush artists and other edgy performers.
– Streetmosphere performers, from jugglers to singers to stilt walkers, strolling throughout the shopping attraction on weekends.
– An industrial-chic environment punctuated by heavy wooden support beams, exposed brick and weathered steel.

Operating hours are 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Sunday. Artisan studios will be open Monday-Saturday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. and noon – 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Artegon Marketplace Orlando is located at 5250 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819 with easy access for local residents via W. Oak Ridge Road, Sand Lake Road, and other alternatives to I-4.

Orlando’s Artegon Marketplace Opens November 2014

Artegon Orlando’s expansive marketplace will feature unique and diverse food, one-of-a-kind merchandise, artwork, handcrafted items and entertainment surrounded by some of the biggest brands in dining and retail including Bass pro Shops Outdor World, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Cinemark Theaters, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, Berghoff’s Octoberfest and Sheplers Western Stores.

Inspired by the great marketplaces in the U.S. and from around the world, such as Pike Place, Faneuil Hall, Chelsea Market, Reading Terminal and Greenwich Village, Artegon Orlando is a showcase destination where an exciting and eclectic atmosphere will create lasting memories and become one of the must-see stops for Orlando vacationers and convention attendees.

Artegon Marketplace is slated to open on November 20, 2014. It’s located at 5250 International Drive, in Orlando.


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