The new Lexington Market will increase the variety of prepared and fresh foods while maintaining a core set of everyday grocery items at the Market’s current, affordable price points.
The new Lexington Market will better reflect the diversity of the City of Baltimore and increase representation of Black-owned, women-owned, and city resident-owned businesses.
The new Lexington Market will incorporate the best of Baltimore and Maryland’s food culture, while including vendors who have served the Market’s customers for many years.
Kiosks are small spaces available for short and medium-term rentals at Lexington Market, harkening back to the day-stalls and carts that once surrounded the Market. We will accept applications for these spaces starting in late 2021, but interested kiosk vendors are encouraged to fill out the Kiosk Interest Form, and we’ll keep you up to date when it’s time.
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We believe an equitable and transparent selection process is essential to rebuild Baltimore’s original public market. The selection process will be guided by a committee made up of industry professionals and community members. There are two selection stages: first, an application review stage; then, an interview stage where Prepared Food and Specialty Food applicants will be asked to provide food samples.