100 Years of Grand Central Market

On October 27, 1917 Grand Central Market opened its doors and has been in continuous operation ever since. During the early years, the Broadway corridor was known as the entertainment and retail destination of L.A. Riding down Angels Flight, the funicular railway, L.A. residents would shop for groceries at the open-air Market.

Nowadays, the Market continues to celebrate the food and culture of Los Angeles, all the while upholding the rich history of the downtown landmark and supporting nearly forty local food businesses. Though the Market has evolved over time, the sense of community remains a constant. 

To learn more about the history of Grand Central Market, click here. 

In 2014, BCV collaborated with Belcampo to design their restaurant and butcher shop stall in Grand Central Market. Belcampo’s neon sign pays homage to the Market’s historic details, while comfortable counter seating provides an inviting space for Angelenos and visitors alike. We are honored to partner with Belcampo and take part in the continuous evolution of the historic Market. 

Congratulations to Grand Central Market on 100 wonderful years!