City Market South | About | City Market South breathes new life into the oldest wholesale produce market in Los Angeles, bringing world-class dining and cocktails, one-of-a-kind retail and Class-A creative office space to distinct buildings that all surround an open central pl.

City Market South breathes new life into the oldest wholesale produce market in Los Angeles, bringing world-class dining and cocktails, one-of-a-kind retail and Class-A creative office space to distinct buildings that all surround an open central plaza. Each space has been reimagined for the demanding business, adamant that the space they inhabit is a reflection of who they are, what they do and the quality of what they produce.

City Market South is 75,000 SF of vintage, brick and bow truss warehouses and open plan concrete structures on 2.5 acres at the southern end of the original City Market wholesale produce center. The City Market of Los Angeles was founded in 1909 as a cooperative of farmers seeking a central distribution center in Los Angeles. These same founding families maintain ownership and control of the company to this day.

Project Facts
  • Cognoscenti Coffee now open!
  • Rossoblu by Chef Steve Samson opening May 2017
  • Open-air cocktail bar concept by Steve Livigni & Pablo Moix coming soon
  • Project Size: 75,000 SF, 8 buildings, 2.5 acres
  • Office space available
  • Other tenants opening late 2017-early 2018

City Market South sits on the corner of 11th Street and San Julian Street.

City Market South lies on the border between the Fashion District and the Wholesale District, a vibrant neighborhood comprising over 100 blocks that serves as the region’s hub for fashion and apparel manufacturing and the distribution center for seafood, produce, and flowers.