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Located in Miami’s Jackson Health District, a hub for hospitals west of I-95, this new concept is (fittingly) wellness-focused, serving up healthy food intended to be affordable for area workers and residents, and outfitted with its own hydroponic farm.

Hana R. Alberts
Hana R. Alberts


New York Post


The people behind the Wynwood Yard—the restaurant and culture incubator in Miami’s arts district—are making a bet: selling good, healthy food near a hospital will be good for business.

Sammy Mack
Sammy Mack


WLRN

The people behind the Wynwood Yard—the restaurant and culture incubator in Miami’s arts district—are making a bet: selling good, healthy food near a hospital will be good for business.

Sammy Mack
Sammy Mack


Health News Florida


Salud! Jackson Hall, a health-minded food court in Miami’s Jackson Medical District from the founder of the Wynwood Yard, held a grand-opening celebration on Tuesday, April 17. Located on the second floor of the Civica Center, 1050 NW 14th St., it is being billed as the first wellness-focused food hall in a public health space.

Michael Mayo
Michael Mayo


South Florida


The brainchild of Della Heiman, founder of The Wynwood Yard and business partner Ken Lyon, it features six eateries and a bar, all with a good-for-you slant.

Olee Fowler
Olee Fowler


Eater Miami


Jackson Hall, opening within the Jackson Medical District tomorrow, is Miami’s first healthy food hall, featuring six good-for-you concepts curated by Wynwood Yard founder Della Heiman and chef and restaurateur Ken Lyon.

Virginia Gil
Virginia Gil


Time Out Miami


No more excuses about why eating healthy is too hard, Miami. Jackson Hall is now open for business, so put down that greasy slice of pizza. This new food hall aims to help you achieve those elusive wellness goals.

Connie Ogle
Connie Ogle


Miami.com


A partnership of the Wynwood Yard’s Della Heiman and restaurateur Ken Lyon, the 10,000-square-foot hall offers six food concepts and a mini-marketplace and gift shop, as well as a positivity library where people can borrow or buy books.

Laine Doss
Laine Doss


Miami New Times