Lansing City Market and LEPFA are raising funds for the Greater Lansing Food Bank. Donations of any amount will be accepted, though we're asking for a minimum contribution of $1. By donating $1, you can feed 7 people. To make a donation, please visit the Manager's Office or stop by any of our Merchants booths. Donors who give $1 or more will be acknowledged with a paper turkey at the business where they donate during the month of November.
We are currently looking for serious, dedicated businesses to join us at Lansing City Market. We have multiple options for spaces including retail spaces and potential kitchen spaces.
The following type of businesses would fit into our urban market design:
Indoor market spaces are currently being leased at the year lease rate of $1.42/ square foot + electricity and $25/month for parking. Typical business spaces run 100 - 400 square feet.
Interested parties should contact Heather Hymes the Market Manager at 517-483-7460 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plenty of FREE parking just steps away from the South Market Doors
The Lansing Entertainment & Public Facilities Authority in conjunction with the Lansing City Market would like to alert all customers of parking changes that are in effect due to planned construction. Customers are still able to park in the Lansing City Market Lots adjacent to the Market building, however, overflow parking has been moved to Lot 21 just across from the South doors, near the Lansing Center. 22 parking spaces have been reserved, and are free to market patrons. If coming from Cedar Street, you can enter the lot by following City Market Drive around the bend and making a left into the lot.
Depending on the staffing of this lot there are a few ways to enter the lot.
1. An attendant is there
a. Tell the attendant that you are ‘shopping at the market’
i. They will let you in for free
b. Park in one of our 22 reserved parking spots*
c. Cross the street and shop the Market
2. No attendant is present
a. Press the button and grab a ticket – remember that you’ll need this ticket to exit, so keep it in a place you’ll remember
b. Park in one of the Market’s 22 reserved spots*
c. Walk across the street and shop the Market
d. When you make a purchase make sure that a Merchant validates your parking. They will give you a blue slip. All patrons will need this slip to exit for free.
e. When exiting the lot, patrons can place their entrance slip in the machine. When prompted to pay, simply put your validation slip in the machine
* The Lansing City Market will always have 22 spaces available in Lot 21, however if these are full and there are additional spaces in the Lansing Center lot, customers can park anywhere in that lot for free as well. For additional information, please contact the Lansing City Market Manager, Heather Hymes at 483-7460 or email email@example.com.
Lansing City Market’s provides the Greater Lansing region, and out-of-town guests, a year-round, one-of-a-kind shopping experience in a family friendly environment.
Established in 1909, the Market’s recent reconstruction along the Grand River has strengthened Lansing’s downtown corridor by creating a welcoming home for more than 20 merchants. Currently the Market features a wide variety of goods including: local produce, fresh dairy products, artisan cheese, house-baked breads, organic meat, poultry, fresh-cut flowers, natural heath care products, photography, gluten-free items, and a several hot-prepared food merchants including a full-service bar and grill.
Every Tuesday, show your student ID and receive special deals from participating Merchants
Today's Special Program (tsp)
FREE program every Tuesday for adults at 5:00 pm and starting Tuesday, September 17th at 11:00am and 5:00pm featuring a different food sample and nutrition lesson every week.
Every Wednesday, seniors (65+) will receive special deals from participating Merchants
Family Education Days (F.E.D.)
FREE program every Thursday for families with young kids at 4:00 pm and starting Thursday, September 19th at 11:00am and 4:00pm featuring a different food sample, nutrition lesson, and games every week.
Tunes at Noon every Friday at noon
Every Saturday at 11:00 am
Food Assistance Programs
We proudly host an AmeriCorps member with the Power of We Consortium. For more information about serving, click here.