• Three living generations of the Faidley family, Bill Devine, Damye Hahn, and William Hahn, hold up fresh seafood at Faidley’s Seafood that has been in business at Lexington Market since the late 1800’s. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz).

  • Fresh fish covered in ice at a seafood stand in Lexington Market. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz).

  • Adrian Baez, Teacher from Laurel Maryland, eating oysters at Faidley’s raw oyster bar in Lexington market. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

  • From left, Adolfo Parra Chagala, worker at 7 Star Produce, hands a freshly diced up watermelon to Earl Parker, a downtown Baltimore Resident that shops at Lexington Market about 2 times a week. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)-

  • Historic photo of John and Ed Faidley standing in front of the Smith and Faidley wild game booth at Lexington Market in the late 1800’s.

New day coming to Lexington Market?

City and market officials are collaborating with patrons and vendors to determine how they can reinvigorate interest in the historic market through preservation and modernization.

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