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We believe that successful public markets, from small neighborhood farmers markets to urban market districts, achieve three goals: they are great community gathering places; are economically sustainable; and have a broad impact on their community’s development. This convergence is what makes public markets not only good places for vendors and customers, but for the market’s surrounding community.

However, public markets can only have a broad impact if they are economically sustainable business enterprises for both vendors and management alike. Markets are more economically successful if they also work as social places for community. PPS works with markets to achieve all three goals. With the right plan, business mix, and management a public market can represent a real step forward for the renewal of downtowns and neighborhoods.

Community Benefits

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