A downtown Baltimore space that’s the right size for a grocery store is set to get its third operator in the fall. According to the Baltimore Business Journal, Streets Market and Cafe is set to open in early September.
The space at Charles and Saratoga Sts. was a Superfresh, then it was a Fresh & Greens until 2013. Other than dropping fresh from the name, downtown advocates think the grocery store can be successful because it is in an area that caters to the existing white collar workers and increasing population of condo dwellers that are moving in nearby.
The original Streets Market is in D.C., and touts prepared foods alongside organic, natural and “your everyday practical goods.”
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