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Columbia Sunday Greenmarket

Broadway btwn 114th & 116th Streets, Manhattan [map]
Open Sundays, Year-round
Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

This location also open Thursdays. 

GrowNYC's Textile Recycling: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
GrowNYC's Compost Collection: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

2015 schedule changes: Thanksgiving week the market will be open Tuesday 11/24 and Sunday 11/29, and closed Thursday 11/26.

Cash, EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, WIC Vegetable & Fruit checks & FMNP coupons accepted. 

Open year-round on Thursdays and Sundays, this market is located on Broadway along the west side of the Columbia campus from 114th street to 116th street and is one block from St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital.  It serves a diverse population including university students, faculty and staff, St Luke’'s Hospital staff, visitors and patients as well as Upper West Side residents. While several of the farmers attend on both Thursday and Sunday, each day has its own distinct character. Thursday’s market thrives on the bustle of the work and school day schedule, while Sundays are more laid back and neighbors come out to do serious shopping.  Shoppers will find milk and yogurt, fruit, cider, baked goods, preserved fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheese, smoked meats, pickled vegetables, maple syrup, honey, fish, and focaccia topped with locally sourced fruit, vegetables, herbs and cheeses, a lunch time favorite. 

Calendar of Events

Pop Up Repair
Sundays, June 7th, 14th & 21st

Pop Up Repair will be fixing your broken household items at the Columbia Greenmarket from 8am-2pm. Drop off items on June 7th & 14th for pick up on June 21st.   


Attending Year Round
Ardith Mae Farm
Goat cheese from Columbia County, NY.
Back to the Future Farm Milk from Orange County, NY.
Beth's Farm Kitchen Jams, preserves, chutneys & pickled vegetables from Columbia County, NY. 
DiPaola Turkeys Turkey from Mercer County, NJ. 
Hawthorne Valley Farm Certified organic and biodynamic produce, meat, dairy, baked goods, and lacto-fermented vegetables from Columbia County, NY.
Hot Bread Kitchen Multi-ethnic artisan breads and tortillas from New York County, NY. 
Hudson Valley Duck Farm Fresh duck as well as smoked and preserved duck products from Sullivan County, NY.
Knoll Krest Farm Eggs and chicken from Dutchess County, NY.
Madura Farms Exotic mushrooms from Orange County, NY. 
Meredith's Bakery Baked goods from Ulster County, NY. 
Monkshood Nursery Certified Organic vegetables and plants from Columbia County, NY.
Pura Vida Fisheries Wild-caught fish and seafood from Suffolk County, NY.
Samascott Orchards Apples, cherries, strawberries, peaches and cider from Columbia County, NY. 
Sawkill Farm Vegetables, eggs, and pork from Dutchess County, NY.
Stannard Farms Vegetables, orchard fruit, plant and meat from Washington County, NY.

Attending Growing Season Only
Breezy Hill Orchards, Seton Farm Inc Pears, apples, cider, and baked goods from Dutchess County, NY.
Floral Beauty Greenhouses Plants, Christmas trees, and greenhouse vegetables from Chemung County, NY.
Gonzalez Farm New Farmer Development Project Participant from Orange County, NY.
Wager's Cider Mill orchard fruit, grapes, juice & cider from Yates County, NY. (Autumn months only)


Phebe Pierson is a New York City native who joined the GrowNYC team in September 2013. She grew up on the Upper West Side, and also was fortunate enough to be able to see glimpses of farming in upstate New York. In her spare time she gets creative in the kitchen, studies Graphic Design, and takes pictures. 



Compost Coordinator

Chris Thompson is a community composter with a background in psychology and neuroscience research. After leaving the sterile laboratory for a more organic scene, he became interested in urban agriculture, soil building, and organics recovery in New York City. This led Chris to complete a Composting Apprenticeship with Earth Matter on Governors Island, where he processes GrowNYC food scraps into black gold with the aid of chickens, goats, worms, and microbes. You can find Chris collecting food scraps at the Columbia University and Fort Greene Greenmarkets. You'll know him by his impressive beard, his penchant for good conversation, and his eagle eye for non-compostable contaminants.