market hall

market house, market hall

Often, a one-or two-story rectangular building where butchers, fishmongers, grocers, and peddlers sell their goods on the ground floor often open to the outdoors; sometimes arches or heavy posts support a second story that may house municipal offices.
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There was to be a political meeting at the market hall, in the neighboring town; and the member was expected to make an oration, passing in review contemporary events at home and abroad.
The most delightful of surprises was in store for them, when they reached the market hall.
GUIDED tours will lay bare the history of a Victorian market hall this week.
Durham Market Hall has the new businesses, offering everything from coffee beans to fresh crepes and handmade retro aprons to garden plants.
Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners, co-developers of the CityPoint development in downtown Brooklyn, are partnering with Local Culture Management to build and operate DeKalb Market Hall as the site's designated food component.
The grade II listed Market Hall requires significant refurbishment and conservation work.
A VIRTUAL flythrough video has been created showing how Warrington's temporary market hall will look when traders move in early in 2017.
The contract to demolish the Market Hall has been awarded to J Freeley Ltd as part of the Bay Life+ regeneration project.
He said, 'Brecon has proved to be an excellent home for one of our events with the lovely setting and the wonderful old Market Hall.
Colwyn Bay farmers market Bay View shopping centre car park, Thursday, 9am-3pm Llangefni country market Behind market hall, Thursday, 7.
OBJECTORS to the pounds 200m Queensgate Revival scheme are standing by their claims that the development will "butcher" Huddersfield's unique market hall.
An action group set up to save the market and put forward ideas for its development has produced a masterplan for mixed use of the site, including a market hall and a residential centre for elderly people.