17th Street Market quietly announced on its website that it will reopen at 830 E. 17th St. However, don’t expect a full-fledged return just yet.
The market previously operated more akin to a grocery store, then closed in 2013 after a twenty-year run. Its return, which starts on July 11, will begin as a weekly Saturday market from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.
“It’s hot outside for outdoor markets right now,” said Tom Kusian, owner of 17th Street Market. “This is an essential business. I just thought it made sense.”
“Our spacious indoor market was created to provide local farmers, specialty food producers, artisans, and art and antique collectors with a friendly environment to help them sell their products,” the website states.
The inside is organized in three large air-conditioned areas with about 10-15 vendors:
- The Farm features vendors with fresh produce and prepared food specialty items. The Street features local artists and artisans.
- The Square features live music and 400-square-foot stores with specialty and international foods.
- The Street features local artists and artisans with items such as paintings, clothing, jewelry, and more.
Interested vendors can call (520) 204-4109.
Stay tuned for additional details.
17th Street Market is located at 830 E. 17th St. For more information, visit 17thstmarket.com.