On the map since Oct 2016
We are a collective of 19 start-ups bringing people together at our Portland-style replication of a Latin American public marketplace. We are indoor grocery with fresh meats, a beer and wine shop, and more. We offer cultural activities, heated / AC seating, an outdoor plaza with prepared foods, a licensed commissary kitchen and office spaces upstairs. Come here for events, shopping, dining and exploring the flavors of Latino culture
Our project, an incubator model and economic development initiative of Portland non-profit Hacienda CDC, provides affordable retail space for businesses to launch and grow, and is a hub for Latino culture in Portland. The development of this project is inspired by entrepreneurship, Latino cultural history and heritage, traditional and local foods, social enterprise, vibrant cultures, and public markets throughout the world. The dream of developing the first Latino public market in Portland was and is a response to wealth disparities in our region and the strong community desire to have a center for commerce based on Latino heritage.
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