On Tuesday, city officials announced plans to move City Market Downtown to a new home.

City spokeswoman Amber Medynski told the Edmonton Journal that, “As the City Market is a major attraction downtown, we’ve been working closely with them to secure a unique and exciting new space, one that will meet their needs, now and well into the future. The city continues to support the market and promote it as an integral part of our vibrant downtown life.”

Few details have been made public, but it sounds like the development of the Mackenzie Tower, a 33-storey building on 104th Street, is the reason behind the move.

The city is looking to move the market indoors and turn it into a multiday market, something Edmonton is lacking. The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market has operated since 1983, but it’s only open on Saturdays.

The market could possibly move into the Great Western Garment building located at 97th Street and 103rd Avenue, which includes space for over 100 permanent indoor vendors and a food hall on the second floor. Plans for the building’s exterior were included in a document shared with market vendors, stating that officials are looking into a creating a “Container City” of shipping containers adorned with murals. The document also states that 103rd Avenue will become a pedestrian street closed to traffic during market hours, and that there are 1,000 parking stalls adjacent to the building.

The City Market has spent its summer months on 104th Street since 2004, moving in to City Hall during the winter.