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Pybus Public Market & EV Charging Station

Pybus Market is a remodeled historic steel warehouse located next to the Columbia River waterfront at the foot of Orondo Street in Wenatchee., adjacent to the popular Apple Capital Loop Trail. The 26,000 sq. ft. building is a year-'round marketplace for restaurants, wine and food vendors and local craftsmen. It also serves as the permanent home for the Wenatchee Valley Farmer's Market. Total construction costs are estimated in the $8M to $9M range. Pybus Market is a private-public partnership between Pybus Market Charitable Foundation, the City of Wenatchee and the Port of Chelan County. Pybus Market features a fully renovated 31 ft. 1973 Airstream trailer as a drive-up and walk-up expresso stand, the first such use of this iconic trailer line in Washington state. Pybus Market also features a reconstructed flatbed rail car used as a stage for speakers and events, including concerts and musical performances. The rail car sits on rail tracks that allow it to roll inside or outside Pybus Market, based on weather conditions. Finally, Pybus Market features two bright red 5 ft. tall "public market" signs, trimmed in neon, secured to a sign bridge some 30 ft. high. Pybus Market officials expect the red neon signs to become as much a landmark as the famous sign that signals the entrance to Seattle's Pike Place Market.

Address: 3 N. Worthen St., Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone: 509-888-3900
Website: http://www.pybuspublicmarket.org