Four more tenants — three of them home-grown businesses — have been signed for the Bourse Marketplace, the eating hall being developed to open next summer at the Bourse building near Independence Hall.

The roster of tenants now appears to be about half-filled.

Also newly signed:

Scoop DeVille, the ice cream shop that has had a Center City presence since 1989; the Baltimore-based Mi & Yu Noodle Bar, which specializes in ramen, udon, and pho; and a branch of West Philly's Snapdragon Flowers, which bills itself as an alternative flower shop.

All told, the marketplace will have 27 food, beverage, and retail shops, in addition to four anchor tenants.

Previously announced tenants include:

Baby Buns: Fries, buns, and frosé from Sylva Senat and entrepreneur Uri Pierre-Noel. Senat, chef/co-owner of Maison 208, has fast-casual experience from his time at Center City's Dos Tacos.

Bluebird Distilling: Full craft cocktail bar and retail store from Phoenixville, PA's award-winning, grain-to-glass distillery

Chaat and Chai: Indian street food concept from chef Anney Thomas.

Chocodiem: A branch of the Easton-based artisanal Belgian chocolatier

Grub House: A branch of the South Philly all-day comfort-fooder.

Ka'moon: Egyptian cuisine prepared halal-style from the folks behind the Taza Truck in Easton.

Pinch Dumplings: A branch of the Chinese dumpling shop based in Washington, D.C.

Prescription Chicken: The first brick and mortar location for this soup shop.

Olive With A Twist: A retailer selling such items cheeses, pâté, charcuterie, olive oils, balsamics, pasta, and sauces.

Vera Pasta Co.: A fast-casual, fresh pasta seller of made-to-order pasta meals alongside Italian wines and packaged pasta to-go.