Hollins Market is located just west of downtown Baltimore in the old Lithuanian section of the city, now known alternately as Pigtown and Washington Village. It is the only market remaining with two stories. Originally built in 1877, the market served as a supply stop for nearby Civil War soldiers. Today, the 17,128 square foot market carries an impressive stock of produce, meat and fish just waiting for you. Stop in for a quick deli sandwich, but also stay and shop for our goodies and gifts.