Union Market Tustin Coming Soon



Vestar, a leading privately held real estate company and owner/developer of The District at Tustin Legacy, is excited to announce the tenant list for Union Market Tustin, a 22,000-square-foot artisanal marketplace of independent gourmet food, fashion and lifestyle businesses set to open in Summer 2014.

Shangri-La Jewelry: jewelry
Timree: art class and gift studio
Drinkbar Juicery: juice bar, acai bowls
Spice & Tulips: flowers, spices, salts
Hatch: breakfast and slider restaurant
The Kroft: comfort food reinvented restaurant
Rolling Boil: shabu shabu
Le Pop Shop: macarons
Grain and Vine: craft cocktail and wine bar
Taco Bandito: unique Mexican restaurant
Luella: women’s boutique
Oh Hello, Friend: stationery, gifts boutique and home decor
Olive Oil and Beyond: gourmet olive oil and dry goods shop
Front Porch Pops: handmade ice pops
Kettlebar: steam kettle cooking
Ornate Home: decorative home furnishing boutique

Union Market Tustin is the brainchild of Andrea and Russell Young. Originally inspired by the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco, the couple’s first project was OC Mart on 17th Street in Costa Mesa which served as the seed idea for their ultimate partnership in The OC Mart Mix, followed by the recently opened Market LV in Las Vegas. Union Market Tustin will be reminiscent of something you would find in New York or San Francisco, with a modern, industrial vibe and very open feel.

Poised to bring exciting, creative and local energy to The District Promenade, Union Market Tustin has taken over the space vacated by Borders Books & Music and offer a combination of independent retail and restaurant concepts with a variety of indoor and outdoor communal areas for gathering and events. By offering spaces that range from 200 to 3,000 square feet, Union Market Tustin attracts independent businesses and emerging artisans and brands.

In conjunction with The District Promenade’s current campus including AMC Tustin 14, RA Sushi, Auld Dubliner Irish Pub, Fashion Camp OC, Bowlmor Lanes, Vans, Tilly’s, DSW, Peet’s Coffee & Tea and Native Foods Cafe, Union Market Tustin is expected to bring upwards of 20 new offerings for visitors. The District has hosted numerous high profile events including Foodies & Fashionistas, the kick-off to Orange County Restaurant Week, the annual ICSC Summer Program, and Leprechaun Leap, as well as several cooking demos, Radio Disney events, charitable events, a Farmer’s Market, seasonal celebrations and test drive events.

Posted by Cynthia Le