Toronto is getting an all-new marketplace made out of shipping containers, and it sounds like the coolest one that the city has ever seen. Toronto's massive, first-ever shipping container market has finally revealed some of their new restaurants and stores coming to the district soon. We can't wait to check out this market in person when it's open to the public next month in April 2019!\nREAD ALSO: Toronto's Massive New Market Made Entirely Out Of Shipping Containers Is Already Standing (PHOTOS)\nAfter much anticipation, Stackt Market has finally revealed several vendors that will be setting up shop in the container marketplace. The wait was definitely worth it because these vendors are actually so cool and we can't wait to check them out.\nFrom delicious food stands to amazing shopping spots, it sounds like this new market will definitely live up to the hype. 13 vendors have now been revealed, with more announcements to come. Stackt made the exciting announcement on Instagram yesterday on March 19.\nREAD ALSO: A Rare Super Worm Moon Will Be Visible Over Ontario Tomorrow\nStackt Market will contain a total of 30 different businesses. The market will also be home to around 120 containers that will transform into pop-up shops, restaurants, art spaces and more.\nCheck out the first 13 vendors that have been announced by Stackt below on their Instagram:\nBean and Pearl\nBelgian Moon\nBMO Canada\nCarmel Floral\nDonut Monster\nDresden Vision\nEllie Mae\nFlow\nInkbox\nMy Rich Face\nReunion Island\nStart Up Here Toronto\nYamChops\nView this post on Instagram On this wonderfully festive day filled with shamrocks and good luck, we bring you the 🍀Irish Cream🍀 donut - today only! This delicious feature donut celebrates everything Irish with a Guiness Draught glaze, Bailey's Cream drizzle, and coffee oat streusel! Whether luck is on your side or not, we've made lots so come on down! A post shared by Donut Monster (@donutmonsterhamilton) on Mar 17, 2019 at 4:18am PDT\nWe are so excited for these vendors to set up shop in Stackt. Torontonians will be able to devour delicious donuts at popular Hamilton bakery Donut Monster and be able to shop for plant-based products at YamChops. Locals can also get their drink on at Belgian Moon, a Belgian brewery, as well as cafe Bean and Pearl.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto’s Cherry Blossom Trees In High Park Are Already Starting To Bud (VIDEO)\nFashionable brands will also be residing in the Stackt market. For instance, locals will be able to shop at Dresden Vision and Ellie May. Inkbox will even be a vendor at Stackt, which is a popular temporary tattoo company that inks you with incredibly realistic tattoos.\n@inkboxembedded via\nThe shipping container marketplace is not open to the public yet, but it already looks super cool based on the construction progress it has made so far. Check out a video of it below!\nStackt Market is Coming Soon! Excited to show you what we have been up to - get ready! Stay tuned for more progress updates as we ready the interiors of this unforgettable market. #StacktMarket #Comingsoon #Spring2019 #ASTOUND #stackt pic.twitter.com/RwpEnek2uR\n— ASTOUND Group (@ASTOUNDGroup) February 15, 2019\nStackt Market will be Toronto's newest hangout for shopping and dining. It will be constructed completely from shipping containers and will be a two-level market. The new spot will be located on King Street West and take up around 2.6-acres of land. It is expected to open in April but no official date has been set yet.\nTo find out more about the Stackt Market or to keep updated as they release more information on vendors, you can visit their website.