The Chattanooga Market is moving into Warehouse Row.
"We've been working closely with the folks at Warehouse Row for some time now, customizing the best way to offer our community an opportunity to shop for local artisan goods from Chattanooga Market in a six-day-a-week environment," Chris Thomas, executive director of Chattanooga Public Markets, said in a prepared statement.
The new location, called the Chattanooga Market General Store, will offer photography, leather goods, sculptures, woodwork, canvas paintings and other "gallery-type products," officials said.
Leaders chose vendors for the new location out of more than 1,000 sellers. Those selected are among the top five producing vendors in each product category at the Chattanooga Market, officials said.
Unlike the traditional weekend market, the general store won't offer farm goods but will sell a few nonperishable gourmet food items, leaders said.
Leaders are planning a soft opening for mid-September.
A Warehouse Row representative wasn't immediately available for comment Monday.