North Market is a food hall and public market with two locations in Columbus, Ohio. The downtown Columbus market was established in 1876, and was the second of four founded in Columbus, and the only one remaining. North Market is set to be expanded as part of a 28-story building developed beside the original. On November 5, 2020, the market owners opened a second location known as North Market Bridge Park, located in Dublin, Ohio.
The downtown market hosts about 35 vendors. About one third of these sell ready-to-eat foods, one third sell specialty goods, and the remaining portion sell produce, flowers, meat and fish, cookware, and gifts. The market is managed by the North Market Development Authority (NDMA), a not-for-profit organization. The NDMA also hosts a weekly farmer's market from June to October outside the market building. The Dublin market was designed to be more modern than the downtown location built in 1915. The new market has 30,000 sq ft (2,800 m2) of space, two-thirds of which is for the public. The market has 15 vendors, with a total capacity of 19.
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