Developer Looks To Round Out Lexington Market With Short-Term VendorsBaltimore's iconic Lexington Market is looking for short-term vendors to fill its kiosk and pop-up spaces when its renovation is completed this fall.
Tossed Together And Total Health Center The Latest Additions To Lexington MarketTwo new vendors will bring healthy food and wellness-based products to Lexington Market when the new building opens in the fall, according to market staff.
Southern Brunch & West African Fare The Latest Additions To Lexington MarketKnown as the longest continuously operating public market in the United States, the 240-year-old institution is undergoing a $40 million redevelopment and renovation by Baltimore-based developer Seawall.
Bubble Tea Coming To Lexington Market, Southern Food Vendor RemainsBaltimore-based developer Seawall on Wednesday announced Kokee Tea, a family-owned business with a current location at the Annapolis Mall, is the latest new vendor at Lexington Market.
Scott Announces $4.9M Investment For Lexington Market RedevelopmentThe Mayor's Office said the project and its vendors have faced COVID-related construction and labor price increases, but are on track to open this Fall.
What Lies Beneath? Inside The Lexington Market Catacombs And The New Market PavilionFew places in Baltimore are as steeped in history as Lexington Market.
Lexington Market Will Add Mount Royal Soaps, Retain Royal DeliLexington Market will add a new location of Mount Royal Soaps and retain a tenant of 21 years, Royal Deli, developer Seawall said Wednesday.
Trinacria, A Baltimore Staple, Will Open A Stall In Lexington Market, Developer SaysTrinacria, the Italian market that first opened its doors on N. Paca Street in 1908, will open a new stall in the revamped Lexington Market, developer Seawall said Wednesday.
Baltimore Public Markets Announces Series Of Black History Month EventsTo celebrate Black History Month, Baltimore's public markets will host performances, arts and crafts, exhibits and other events every Saturday in February.
Lexington Market Launches Survey For Community ProgrammingKnown as the longest continuously operating public market in the United States, the 240-year-old institution is undergoing a $40 million redevelopment and renovation.
Lexington Market Lands Taharka Brothers Ice Cream And Ovenbird BakeryBaltimore foodies will soon be able to feast on the delicacies of two well-known local food vendors at the new Lexington Market building.
Maryland Awards Nearly $63M To Redevelopment Projects StatewideBaltimore will benefit from millions of dollars the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development awarded to community redevelopment projects statewide.
Lexington Market Will Add Charro Negro, Retain Dancing Potato, Developer SaysThe rehabbed Lexington Market will add a new vendor, Charro Negro, and retain one, Dancing Potato, that's had a stall since 2013, developer Seawall said Thursday.
Local Artists Tapped For New Works In Revamped Lexington MarketTwo artist groups and one solo artist, all from Baltimore, will create site-specific public art reflecting on the market's history and people's relationship with food as part of a partnership between Seawall and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City.
Tio G's Empanadas, Mova Nature Set To Join Renovated Lexington MarketTio G’s Empanadas and Mova Nature, a stall offering cold-pressed juice, acai bowl and herbal tea, are set to join the renovated Lexington Market in 2022, developer Seawall said.