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Neon Signs at Pike Place Market

Posted February 9, 2017

Neon signage has contributed to the Market’s iconic look since the 1920s. In addition to the Public Market sign at Pike and Pine by architect Andrew Willatsen (1935), dozens of business signs keep this tradition alive today.

This short video montage of neon from around Pike Place Market will surely brighten your day!

You're invited! 

We are excited to celebrate the opening of the much anticipated MarketFront expansion on Thursday, June 29, 2017 from 1 to 7 p.m. The Seattle community at large is invited to join the festivities, with an afternoon ceremony which includes Mayor Ed Murray, performances by local musicians, bites from MarketFront vendors and activities to help visitors explore the new space.

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This Valentine's Day, treat your sweetheart to the best of the Market! From fresh flowers to fine dining, artisan chocolate to sizzling entertainment, Pike Place merchants and restaurants make it easy to plan your special surprise.

Here are some of our top picks guaranteed to please your main squeeze.

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MarketFront housing units

As the cold month of January grinds on, construction crews on the MarketFront know that every minute of the day counts. Activity has continued at a fast pace as workers have put in six days a week to complete the housing, parking, vendor canopy, public plaza and commercial spaces by early March.

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Illumination: Art in the Market

Posted January 9, 2017

A SEVEN-DAY CELEBRATION, JANUARY 23-29

In the coldest depths of winter, we're bringing light, color and fun to the month of January by illuminating the artists whose creations contribute to the dazzling vibrancy of the Market community, year round. With more than 220 working artists, along with two dozen art galleries and shops, there's days of art to explore! 

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Cycene Serves Up a Taste of the South

Posted December 12, 2016

This month, Pike Place Market celebrates the grand opening of Cycene, a new restaurant on First Avenue serving up Southern-inspired cuisine. Open early for breakfast and lunch seven days a week, hungry patrons will be delighted by the simple-yet-satisfying selection of sandwiches and grits.

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