Grand Central Market

The building itself is nothing much to look at — a six-story concrete building, it looks like a cement block with windows. But the Homer Laughlin building is best known for the ground floor tenant, the “Grand Central Market.” More than 38 vendors sell their goods in the old-fashioned marketplace, ranging from poultry and dairy products to produce to herbs to candles and soap. Cafes and juice bars also serve prepared dishes and drinks to the shoppers.

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