Lansing City Market

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Lansing City Market
Lansing City Market.jpg
Lansing City Market along River Trail
LocationLansing, Michigan
Coordinates42°44′8.7″N 84°32′52.3″W / 42.735750°N 84.547861°W / 42.735750; -84.547861Coordinates: 42°44′8.7″N 84°32′52.3″W / 42.735750°N 84.547861°W / 42.735750; -84.547861
Address325 City Market Drive, Lansing, MI 48912
Opening date2010
ManagementLansing Entertainment &
Public Facilities Authority
No. of stores and services35 vendors[1]
Total retail floor area11,000 square feet (1,022 m2)[2]
No. of floors1

The Lansing City Market is an urban city market located in downtown Lansing, Michigan. The market is located along the Grand River and Lansing River Trail, and is west of Cooley Law School Stadium. The current $1.6 million structure opened in January 2010.[2] Merchant space ranges from 80 square feet (7 m2) to over 800 square feet (74 m2).[3]


The original Lansing City Market opened in 1909 at an adjacent site north of the current city market.[4] The building was demolished in April 2010 to allow room for a new mixed-use development.[5]

An episode of Food Network's Food Court Wars was taped at the City Market on March 19, 2014.[6]

Lansing City Market along
Grand River
Lansing City Market and sculpture 'Inspiration' from the north[7]


  1. ^ Thiede, Alanna. Market officially opens in new building, The State News, April 25, 2010, Retrieved December 15, 2012
  2. ^ a b Warnemuende, Jeremy. Lansing market reopens following recent move, The State News, January 12, 2010, Retrieved December 15, 2012
  3. ^ VanHulle, Lindsay (June 6, 2011). "Authority says most Lansing City Market booth space is leased". Lansing State Journal. Retrieved May 18, 2013.
  4. ^ Lansing City Market, Retrieved December 15, 2012
  5. ^ South, Rob (April 23, 2010). "Lansing City Market holds grand opening". WKAR. Retrieved December 16, 2012.
  6. ^ Smith, Jay Scott (April 1, 2014). "Lansing episode of Food Network's 'Food Court Wars' to air on May 25". MLive. Retrieved June 20, 2014.
  7. ^ Downtown Attractions, Downtown Lansing, Inc., Retrieved December 15, 2012

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