Local Restaurants Sought for Titletown Atrium


Lambeau Field Redevelopment project planners say they want to hear from the operators of area restaurants who may be interested in being a part of the Titletown atrium.

"There's been a lot of interest from a variety of local restaurants," said Amy Supple of Hammes Company, the Lambeau Field project manager. "There are a limited number of spaces available, including full service and concession uses. We're looking for experienced operators who will support the Hall of Fame, Packer Pro Shop, Packer Offices and visitors to the Titletown Atrium."

Titletown is the five-story atrium under construction on the east side of the stadium. The Packer Pro Shop and the offices of the Packers' administration and football operations will be occupied this summer. The remainder of Titletown, including the Packer Hall of Fame, will open in 2003.

"Our goal is to make Titletown a 365-day-a-year destination point for visitors and the community," said Packers President Bob Harlan. "It's important to have a variety of local, regional and national establishments."

Supple says they expect a great deal of interest from local and regional operators. "Our key goal is to provide fans with the best possible experience," Supple said. "In order to ensure the quality of the visitor's experience, prospects will have to meet certain business and financial requirements and have a proven track record to be considered."

Restaurant owners interested in pursuing opportunities in the atrium are asked to contact Amy Supple of Hammes Company at (608) 274-7447 or by e-mail at asupple@hammesco.com.

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