Flea Market News

Ocala Mall flea market hoping to reopen

shuttered location

The Ocala Mall, a new indoor flea market, is hoping to bring new life to a shuttered location in east Ocala that saw a similar concept fail last year.

The new business plans to renovate the space at 3711 East Silver Springs Boulevard in order to open an indoor, air-conditioned flea market by March 2022, according to a social media post from the company.

The flea market will be located next door to Boulevard Billiards and near the Wawa at the intersection of NE 36th Avenue and S.R. 40. It is currently accepting orders from vendors who are interested in operating booths. Prices begin at $400 for a 10×10 booth.

That location is no stranger to the flea market concept. Although it successfully operated a food truck park, that market ultimately never got off the ground.

Ocala and Marion County have seen an explosion in new businesses this year. That includes the addition of another flea market nearby.

For more information on the new flea market in east Ocala or to lease a booth as a vendor, contact Greg Park of the Ocala Mall at 224-245-8305.

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Police seek info after shot fired at Salem Flea Market

SALEM, N.H. — Police are investigating after an argument over parking at the Salem Flea Market escalated to a gunshot Sunday afternoon.

Police said in a statement that a man fired a single round into the ground and took off in a Toyota RAV4 before officers arrived.

No one was injured, according to police.

Witnesses told officers that before the shot went off, the argument over parking turned physical.

The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Mike Geha at 603-893-1911.

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Author: SMD Management