Onions are picked at the height of their season to preserve flavor-
Harvested in Montague, MA-
About The New Boston Public Market
The Boston Public Market will be a permanent, year-round, self-sustaining market featuring fresh locally-sourced food brought directly to and from the diverse people that make up Massachusetts and New England. At the BPM, local farmers, fishermen, and specialtyfood producers will come together with the residents of Boston and Massachusetts to create a new civic institution, a vibrant marketplace that will let people from all walks of life taste, buy, and understand their food, from how it is made and sourced, to its nutritional value, to its impact on our environment, and of course, how to prepare it to make delicious meals that bring their friends and families together. It will be the only locally-sourced market of its kind in the United States.
- 28,000 floor retail space
- 325 parking spaces
- 136 Blackstone Street
- Direct access to the MBTA’s Haymarket Station
Who is behind this great idea
The Boston Public Market project is a partnership between the Boston Public Market Association, individual and corporate donors, foundations, the City of Boston, and the project’s seed funder, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Boston Public Market Association is a notforprofit 501(c)(3).
Arugula harvested in Lexington-
Changing seasons ensures a diversity of nutrition-
Boston Public Market In Depth
The Business Plan
Want to know how the market will be self-sustaining and create genuine public value? Unparalleled location, growing consumer demand, strong revenue projections, first-rate regional supply and our vendors.
The Building Plan
We have worked with our architectural partners at Architerra to develop plans for the building. Everyone from vendors to customers have had input, and we can’t wait to get started building it.Boston Public Market Architerra drawings
Lettuce harvested in New Braintree, MA-
Purchasing local produce helps support the community-
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, you can get local food this spring when you shop at our farmers markets. We are open from May 19 November 26 at Dewey Square and on the Greenway at 136 Blackstone Street.
Fishing boats return every season-
Caught locally in Plymouth, MA-
Build The Market
Every contribution is critical and you will be supporting your local economy and local farmers and food producers.
PO Box 52385
Boston, MA 02205-9761
*All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent as allowed by law.
Fresh local produce and quality service-
Cherries picked in Northboro, MA-
Become A Vendor At The Permanent Market
The Boston Public Market will be a permanent, year-round market in downtown Boston, committed to providing the public with a wide selection of fresh, healthy foods from local growers, and producers.
If you are interested in being a vendor at The Boston Public Market.Apply Now