A shuttered lumberyard in Grand Junction, Colo., has found new life as a flea market. The new Grand Junction Flea Market will open in mid-May, according to this report in the Grand Junction Free Press. The site, a former Foxworth-Galbraith lumberyard, was recently available for sale, valued at just under $1 million.
Market manager Sam Ordonez expects to launch with 27 vendors, all indoors except for a few outdoor food vendors. The market will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with free admission. According to a classified ad in the Aspen Times, booths will cost $35 per day or $200 per month. Interested vendors can contact Ordonez at 970-314-5302 or 970-260-5356.