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Spokane Public Market construction beginning Soon, opening in May

— The people of Spokane will soon have a year-round indoor and outdoor public market where they can purchase directly from local farmers, producers, artists, and craftspeople at Browne and Second Avenue in Downtown Spokane. Slated for opening in late May 2011, the Spokane Public Market will offer produce, fruit, flowers, honey, meat, seafood, dairy, bakery, music, crafts, art and much more. This new community gathering place will become a cultural variety center of fun and education for families and visitors. It will serve shoppers Wednesday through Saturday all year long. Parking will be free for shoppers with purchase through a generous arrangement with Diamond Parking.

Renovations are beginning on the series of historic buildings combined to create this unique 21,000 square foot facility, formerly used by Roses n' More. The developer is BR3 Development Group and the development is Pacific Bridge. The developer will coordinate with architect Nystrom/Olson and builder Tim Short of Basso Construction. The development will also be complemented by the renovating of existing buildings on the site for use as office space, retail and other commercial and residential opportunities. Development of the adjacent blocks of historic warehouses and housing will benefit from these anchor tenants in an under-utilized portion of downtown. The future home of Spokane Public Radio's multi-million dollar broadcast and office facility is located next door.

For additional information and to get involved visit www.spokanepublicmarket.org, call 509-624-1154 or follow the Market on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SpokanePublicMarket or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SpoPublicMarket.

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