For over 20 years, a building sat vacant on East Lake Street in Minneapolis. After many years of business, this awesome feat of construction closed its doors in 1994. It was an active site that contained the renowned Sears, Roebuck, and Company Warehouse and Store. A property known as a beacon of opportunity was now desolate and abandoned.
Today, with the help of many supporters, the building is open and ready for business! In 2006, the Midtown Global Market became tenants of this historical location. This unique market includes several small businesses that have brought energy and new life to this area. These establishments have great satisfaction in serving their communities and bringing customers excellent products and services.
If you have never visited the Midtown Global Market, I recommend that you check it out soon. It is a fun place to visit and behold something new. For me, the Midtown Global Market experience reminded me of my time going to the Minnesota State Fair — without the added entrance fee. This Market has an abundance of food choices and many things to notice.