A New Public Market is Coming To Boston!

Governor Deval L. Patrick and the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources are working with the City of Boston and the community to develop a public market in downtown Boston. Once complete, the market will house a variety of the region’s finest local produce, dairy, meats, seafood, specialty foods and beverages, flowers and more. Located on Blackstone Street near the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway , the market will be a major new landmark for the Commonwealth and the city.

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  • RFP for a Public Market Operator Released

    RFP for a Public Market Operator Released

    This Request for Proposals is being issued by the Public Market Commission, an entity established by executive order, the MDAR and the MassDOT.

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  • Share your ideas!

    Share your ideas!

    In order for this market to be truly public, we need your ideas, opinions, and solutions.

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  • See photos of the market

    See photos of the market

    The future Boston Public Market at the corner of Congress Street and Hanover Street. The Public Market of Boston will be housed above the Haymarket T station, which serves the Green and Orange Lines

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  • Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page

    Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page

    Frequently Asked Questions about the New Public Market coming to Boston.

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  • Read "An Implementation Plan for a Public Market in Boston"

    Read "An Implementation Plan for a Public Market in Boston"

    "The public's enthusiasm is high for this...market (which) is poised to become a major community destination that is currently  missing from the Boston landscape. ...The Commonwealth and the City of Boston have an opportunity to invest in a project that will be a model for rest of the country."

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