Public Markets

Since 1937, the Public Retail Markets have supplied reliable and affordable fresh food for New Yorkers. Today, they serve as a lasting testament to the city's culinary history. NYCEDC manages three public markets: Essex Market, La Marqueta, and Moore Street Market. 

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Essex Market: A 37,000-square-foot market with vendors showcasing the diversity of the Lower East Side, a demonstration kitchen, and community programming for kids and adults alike.

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La Marqueta: A cornerstone of East Harlem, La Marqueta features an incubator kitchen program offering invaluable production space for small, artisanal, and ethnic food entrepreneurs.

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Moore Street Market: Integral to the fabric of East Williamsburg, this 15,000-square-foot market is located in the bustling Graham Avenue shopping district between the J and L subway lines.