Granary Row is a pop-up market and festival space. It's a community space, as well as a breeding ground for local businesses.
Granary Row is the very sort of "big idea" that it hopes to foster — a bold urban venture aimed at inspiring and fostering the entrepreneurial ambitions of Salt Lake City's creative class. At its core, it's an experiment in ware-steading the Granary with microventures that will make the District their home — in turn sustaining the neighborhood as a place where makers live, work, and play!
The Granary Row Mission
Granary Row serves the needs of the people who live, work, and play in the Granary District by supporting a vibrant, locally sourced, and symbiotic street culture.
Granary Row is a prototype for reclaiming vehicle rights-of-way to achieve neighborhood goals. Specifically, the goal to have development reflect and reinforce the Granary District's maker roots.
Our commercial spaces nurture microventures that will seed the neighborhood with a steady and diverse stream of creative and driven entrepreneurs. Our tenants are drawn from the area's existing arts, bike, entrepreneurial, and foodie communities.
We are non-profit.
We are resource-wise.
We are inclusive.
What Others are Saying
- First Hot Chocolate Truck in the United States Hits the Streets of Salt Lake City for the Holiday Season
- The Beehive: Granary Row
- New Record Shop, Diabolical Records, Opens in Granary Row
- Granary Row: Shipping Container Pop-up Market Jump-starts Industrial Neighborhood.
- Contact: Granary Row, KUED
- Kelly Chapman Visits Granary Row, FOX13
- Daily Dish: Granary Row, ABC4
- Uniquely Utah: Just Fold Bike Shop @ the Granary, FOX13
- Cargo Containers Converted to Retail Outlets in Downtown Salt Lake City, FOX13
- Granary Row | Pop-up Market, CityHomeCollective
- Ron on the Run: Granary Row, KUTV-2
- Seasonal Shopping Center First Step in Granary District Project, KSL
- Shipping Containers Converted to Stores, FOX13
- Festival to help rejuvenate Salt Lake's Granary District, Deseret News
- New urbanism pioneer Joe Alfandre helped build communities, and now son James looks to shake them up
- Development Done Well Is a Community Affair, Planetizen
- Granary District/Granary Row Spotlight, Catalyst
- None Dare Call it City Creek, Salt Lake Magazine