A $10,000-a-day fish market
It’s a little like a fish market with some new faces.
Phil’s Fish Market is taking over the city’s busiest commercial thoroughfare with a new design and brand.
The fish market, which opened its doors in January, is part of a larger redevelopment plan in the neighborhood, which was a commercial hub in the early 1900s.
The plan was inspired by the success of the fish market in the Bronx in the 1970s.
But that was before the Bronx was home to the citywide homeless crisis, which has seen more than 3,400 people die from untreated drug overdoses in 2017.
More than 2,500 of those deaths have occurred in the last decade.
The Phil’s fish markets goal is to get homeless people off the streets and into a new life.
In some areas, the goal is as small as one or two fish.
The new fish market is part-of the $5.8 million project that includes a restaurant, bar, market stall and a grocery store.
It will be a space that will allow for a new generation of young people to connect with each other, said Phil’s owner Mark Schulman.
It’s going to be a place that people will be able to come and spend a night.
But there will also be a new face at Phil’s.
“The new Phil’s will be the first to open in a year,” said Schulmann.
“The new location is going to have the kind of character that the neighborhood has known for a long time.”
The new Fish Market will be located in the former Meat Market space at 695 North Avenue South.
It will be open on Fridays from noon until 9 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m until 4 p.