This market essentially combines a marketplace with an existing or new industrial building. The hybrid created results in space that has daily retail sales and hours, as well as other goods available at other times. The industrial aspect typically acts as the anchor, as the market’s activities help attract a different group of consumers at other business times. An example of this would be a seafood supply warehouse that also provides dining and entertainment as a nightlife destination.
Dansereau, Lindsay; Eckel, Matthew; Ford, Kate; Grocott, Joanna; Harriott, Tyler; Nelson, Zachary; O'Malley, Amanda; Palmer, Jessica; Sanchez, David; Schall, Eric; Thompson, Sarah; Piermarini, Anthony; Guastafeste, Lindsay; and Robinson, Arnold, "Downtown Providence Farmers Market Design" (2014). Architecture and Urban Design. 14.