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Market Street Grocery in downtown Pittsburgh expanding to second, third floors

| Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, 10:03 a.m.
One of the display cases at Market Street Grocery in Pittsburgh.
One of the display cases at Market Street Grocery in Pittsburgh.

Construction work will begin Jan. 8 to expand the size of the Market Street Grocery, according to Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, which owns the building.

The grocery, the only one in downtown Pittsburgh, opened in Market Square in 2015 at 435 Market St. Along with prepared foods, produce, meats and seafood, the store has a coffee bar and a corner that houses a Gaby et Jules bakery.

The store will take over the second and third floors. The expanded space is expected to include a bar and dining area, and is scheduled to open in late spring.

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