Things to Do. Pike Place Market is the city's most famous place to shop, fronted by a fish stall where fishmongers toss each other salmon and halibut over the heads of their patrons. The indoor and outdoor stalls host fruits and vegetables, fresh-made donuts, local crafts, and famously cheap bouquets of flowers.Where is Pike Place in Seattle?
The address of Pike Place Market in Seattle is Pike Place Market PDA, 85 Pike Street, Room 500, Seattle, Washington 98101, United States.Who owns Pike Place Market?
Though Pike Place Market is a public market, it is owned by the Pike Place Market Preservation & Development Authority (PDA) which does not receive any city or state funding to operate the Market. Revenues come from the Market’s tenants through rent, utilities, and other property management activities.