LAKELAND — The City of Lakeland is transforming nearly two acres of land near downtown into a hub for artists.
- Lakeland Community Redevelopment Agency funding project
- Hub will be called ‘Mass Market’
- Facility will also include events space, gallery for artists
“Mass Market,” as the hub will be called, is a $2.5 million project funded by Lakeland’s Community Redevelopment Agency, according to the agency’s manager, Nicole Travis.
Downtown Lakeland, near the intersection of Massachusetts and Parker St, will be the site for Mass Market. It includes an old warehouse and property next door that used to the Salvation Army.