Buck Street Market, LabTech’s eco-led container market, has announced the first three operators to join its food and drink offering line up.

A Miguel Barclay New York style pizza concept, fine dining restaurant Wildflower and technology-driven coffee shop Glass Coffee will launch in the market, alongside over 80 other food and retail brands, when it opens in March this year.

‘Instagram chef’ Miguel Barclay is set to open his first bricks and mortar site at the Market, offering freshly made pizza in a 150 sq ft unit.

Wildflower Restaurant will be the first solo concept for Irish celebrity chef Adrian Martin. A 603 sq ft container, the restaurant will offer 30 covers and offer a seasonally changing fine-dining set menu.

Glass Coffee will occupy a 74 sq ft space on the top level of Buck Street. The technology-driven concept promulgates a ‘transparent’ ethos by informing consumers of its ethically sourced produce and farming practices.

Housed in 88 recycled shipping containers, the market will enforce a zero-plastic on-site policy, and recycle all food waste to generate energy for the site.

“Our goal is to position Buck Street Market as a market for the future, a platform for education, conversation and change. Our selection of food and beverage operators and fashion retailers are centred around this ethos,” said Maggie Milosavljevic, LabTech’s F&B commercial director.

The launch of Buck Street will be followed by LabTech’s second project, Hawley Wharf Camden, a 580,000 sq ft mixed-use development with 160 shops, over 60 food and drink operators, 195 apartments and 50,000 sq ft of co-working space.