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For Activity, Just Add Food

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From ancient Greek agoras to Istanbul’s beşiktaş markets to the bustling Your Dekalb Farmers Market, traditional and modern food markets play a significant role in a neighborhood’s culture and economic activity.

Just look to Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market to see how food markets lead to greater revolution. Alongside food vendors and restaurants, local artists and small businesses have opportunities to sell art and goods, while booming businesses, like MailChimp, are ecstatic to call these places home.

In the words of urbanist William H. Whyte: “If you want to seed a place with activity, put out food.”

Jennifer Buchanan, HGOR

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