Design Planning Update


The City of Madison and the Public Market Design Team led by MSR Design are making steady progress on completing the site plan and floor plan for our Madison Public Market.

The first round of initial design concepts were released at our Sneak Peak celebration on May 8. Those designs can be found below. If you have questions or would like to provide comments on the design, please send them to info@madisonpublicmarket.org.

The next round of design plans will be available towards the end of July for your input, ideas and inspiration. The City is looking to host a public information meeting at the beginning of August, so that our community has a chance to be involved in the final stage of the design planning. We’ll send out an announcement as soon as that date is confirmed.

If you have questions or would like to provide comments on the design, please send them to info@madisonpublicmarket.org.

Madison Public Market Initial Design Concepts

Existing Site

 

 

Proposed Site Access

 

MPM Floor Plan Concept
Proposed Floor Plan Concept

 

Areas surrounding the Madison Public Market (top left: bike path crossing over the Yahara River, top right: Yahara River, bottom left: Burr Jones Field, bottom right: Burr Jones Park basketball court)

If you have questions or would like to provide comments on the design, please send them to info@madisonpublicmarket.org.

Northside News: At Public Market Sneak Peek, public and businesses get MarketReady


MarketReady vendor Ember Foods

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May 31, 2019. On Wednesday, May 8, Madisonians got their first look inside the future home of the Madison Public Market at 200 N. First St., which currently houses the city’s Fleet Services building. The Public Market Sneak Peek event featured members of the MarketReady program, a project of the Northside Planning Council working in collaboration with the City of Madison to put equity at the center of the market by supporting a diverse group of entrepreneurs as they prepare to apply for a location in the market. MarketReady businesses offered samples and sold goods ranging from prepared foods to jewelry and body care products.

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