There’s a new trendy option for your morning cup of coffee.
A new market in West Palm Beach is transforming a part of town that hasn’t seen this kind of attention.
The Grandview Public Market, located at 1401 Clare Ave., is the first food hall in our area.
Thirteen vendors fill the 14,000 square-foot facility that was formerly known as Grange Hall.
A majority of the vendors sell food, but there is a retail store and fitness studio.
People living nearby say they are excited about the market's presence.
"I think this will bring a lot of light and energy into this community," Donna Harris, a neighbor of the market said. "I know it will bring property values up."
The market gives customers the impression that customers are visiting similar food halls found in Boston, Philadelphia and New York.
"This area has been so dead in West Palm Beach and it’s kind of revitalizing all these local shops and areas," David Urbinati said. "It's good for a medium sized city like West Palm Beach."
Grandview Market opened Feb. 20 and is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.