Where are you located?

Pocatello Market is located in the Historic Warehouse District at 633 South 2nd Avenue.
The Warehouse District is centrally located between Idaho State University to the East, Center Street Nightlife "Bar Alley" to the North, Historic Downtown Shops and Restaurants to the West, and Ross Park Recreation to the South.
EXPLORE OUR AREA! Coming from out of town to pickup an item? 
Our building is #19 description and #633 on the map.
Please visit nearby city amenities within walking or biking distance.
20 blocks to Upper and Lower Ross Park & Aquatic Center Features: Swimming, Lazy River and Slide Tube, Zoo Idaho, Ross is the largest mature park in town including a Skate Park, Band Shell Summer Concert Series, Horseshoes and more!. Upper Park Area: Disc Golf, Natural Rock Climbing Walls, Fort Hall Replica, Bannock County Museum, Katies Dog Park and more!
Beyond that a little further to public Riverside Golf Course ($$,Public). 
VisitPocatello.com , Pocatello.net and Historic Downtown Pocatello all have an expanded list of city wide up to date information available.
RESTAURANTS:  6-8 Blocks  
Excellent city views on top Red Hill (ISU) walking path, Portnuef River Greenway. Centennial Rainey Park two river walking bridges. City creek Mountain Bike & hiking trails. Poky Portneuf Paddle, float the river. The Greenway Project is promoting use of a section of the river for tubing and connecting trails.
PUBLIC BUS: Pocatello Regional Transit (PRT)
Idaho State University Bengal Shuttle FREE FARE ZONE J-Route Map: ISU Campus ONLY. Regular fare applies for service/stops beyond this zone.
BENTON ST. @ ALBERTSONS BUS STOP A-Route. Every Hour 6:16 am to 5:16 pm (M-F) 9:16-4:16 (Sat) $2 ONE DAY PASS or $1 one way.) (Two blocks away, waiting bench on South side of Albertsons.)
RUSH WAREHOUSE HISTORY, our current location.
Built in 1920, this building originally housed a feed and seed warehouse. In 1927, Pocatello Coal Company occupied the building. In 1929, the owners were Pocatello Bonded Warehouse, and from 1930-1942, Rush Transfer and Storage used the building. Recently it has been used as a commercial kitchen supply, hot tub supply and a home decor businesses. 
The City of Pocatello's Terry First Project long term vision of the Warehouse District appears to become an art district with a walking / biking path link between Idaho State University and Historic Downtown Pocatello and a zoning change from Light Industrial to also include Mixed-Use. Only time will tell if art and culture or industry and economy needs to be revived along the UPRR track back to passenger or low volume industrial spurs which historically disappeared after the highway system and trucking was born in the 1930's. Originally the building was supplied by a railroad spur in the alley of the building, freight cars were unloaded, warehoused and then onto trucks at the side dock or front of the building for local or regional delivery; explaining the 4 foot elevation above street level of most warehouse buildings.
Called the "Gate City" due to the South to North "Portneuf Gap" as a major UPRR railroad route and also a northern access point to get to Fort Hall as part of the East to West Oregon Trail Pioneers.
Rough Estimate Driving time from Pocatello to:
15 Minutes
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