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The first of our spring MarketFront Open Houses is this Friday, May 1

Do you have questions about the expansion, or its impacts on our neighborhood? Join us at our May Open Houses to ask questions and learn more about the expansion. Meet the Sellen Construction Supervisor and learn how their team will communicate with the Market community and others. First Open House is May 1, from 8:15 […]

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Mother’s Day is around the corner

Mother’s Day is around the corner. In honor of all the mothers who have made Pike Place Market what it is today, we’re proud to feature Groundbreaking Moms of theMarket in advance of the groundbreaking of the Pike Place MarketFront this spring.  Lisa Tiffany’s mom worked at one of the vendor stands at Pike Place Market during […]

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Groundbreaking for the Pike Place MarketFront is right around the corner

Groundbreaking for the Pike Place MarketFront is right around the corner, in late May. Do you have questions about the expansion, or its impacts on our neighborhood? Join us at our May Open Houses to ask questions and learn more about the expansion. Meet the Sellen Construction Supervisor for the construction project and learn how […]

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Arcade Lights, our artisan tasting festival with sweet and savory foods, craft beer & more

Arcade Lights, our artisan tasting festival with sweet and savory foods, craft beer, wine, distilled spirits and specialty sodas is this Friday, April 24, 2015! Join us to sample food and drink from more than 70 vendors. Tickets are on sale now. 

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For Deborah Boone, opening her fabric consignment shop was along-standing date with destiny

For Deborah Boone, opening her fabric consignment shop was a long-standing date with destiny. Boone opened Our Fabric Stash first as a twice per year pop-up in 2009 before opening a permanent shop in the International District in 2013. She relocated to Pike Place Market just a few days ago, but a close friend planted the seed for the business over a […]

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Pike Place Market is known for its stunning array of flower bouquets

Pike Place Market is known for its stunning array of flower bouquets. But did you know most of the flower farmers here are Hmong farmers, originally from Laos?  Learn more about the farmers’ journey from Laos to Seattle and Pike Place Market in KUOW Public Radio’s story on Bee Cha and his family.

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Adventuring at Pike Place Market for Families

Flying fish and the ickiest, stickiest part of the Market—the Gum Wall—are popular attractions for families at Pike Place Market, but the Market has so much more to offer for families with kids, with endless nooks and corridor to discover over spring break.  With nine acres and 240 shops to explore, you’re sure to discover new […]

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The Seattle Sketcher visited us last week

The Seattle Sketcher visited us last week to get the history behind the former site of the Municipal Market and to hear about what is in store for the new Pike Place MarketFront. Gabriel’s sketches are a great way to learn about the project, and to meet Billie the Piggybank! Join us on May 20, for an official groundbreaking ceremony.

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