GREEN BAY – Washington Street in downtown Green Bay will be the new home for the Saturday farmers market in 2014.
Downtown Green Bay, Inc., which runs the market, will announce more specifics about the Washington St. site at a press conference Wednesday morning outside of Caffé Espresso.
The market is presently located in an Associated Bank parking lot, bordered by Cherry, Pine, Quincy and Monroe. The move will bring the market closer to the heart of the downtown district.
Construction on Monroe Ave. is the reason for the move, as it will worsen next year.
Downtown Green Bay, Inc. leaders looked at a variety of sites in the downtown as a possible location, citing parking options as a major key to the move.
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