Given the critical importance of affordable food access, New York City’s Public Markets will remain open and maintain regular market hours until further notice.
As part of our continued response to COVID-19, we are closing all seating areas and market events have been postponed. This follows the latest direction from City Hall and helps ensure the safety and health of everyone. We encourage individuals to order food for take-away or delivery from our vendors. For more information about COVID-19, symptoms, prevention and the city’s response, please visit the Department of Health web site.
A Brooklyn Tradition
With everything from fresh produce to delicious fish and meats, Moore Street Market is a Brooklyn tradition, ripe and ready for you.
One story building with mezzanine and basement, used as retail food and dry goods market with space for community programming. The Market is approximately a 15,000 square foot building located in the East Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. It was constructed in 1943 as part of a City-wide program to remove pushcart vendors from the streets. In 1992/93, NYCEDC undertook approximately $2.5 million of renovations at the Market to create 26 stalls. The Market was leased to the Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation but was taken over by NYCEDC in 2014 where it remains a directly managed asset, and part of the NYC Public Markets network.
Moore Street is a multi-tenanted retail market where the local community can find a diverse selection of authentic Caribbean cuisine, fresh fruits & vegetables, dry goods as well as services from a tailor, barbershop and salon. Humboldt Plaza is located on the Humboldt Street side of the Moore Street Market, which NYCEDC and the Merchants Association activate during the warmer months. The market has 15 vendors and 5 vacancies. Presently, NYCEDC is transforming one of these vacancies into a demonstration kitchen to provide engaging programming for the community.
Moore Street Market
110 Moore Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Offering Affordable Retail Space
Moore Street Market Offers:
- Spacious walkways and high ceilings
- Access to multiple entrances
- On-site security and maintenance
- Available basement storage for vendors
- Loading dock and cardboard baler
- Stalls outfitted with hood and ventilation
- Public restrooms and an open public plaza
- Several small businesses in the surrounding shopping area
Produce & Groceries
- AC Tropical
- La Union Fruit & Grocery
- American Coffee Shop
- Ramonita’s Restaurant
- Turko’s Grill
- J & R Distribution
- Latin American Barbershop
- Neida's Beauty Salon
Art, Leisure, & Accessories
- Botanica La Esperanza
- Jerez Tailor Shop
- Las Margaritas
- The Rose Thrift Shop
- Torie's Treasures
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