Watch This Space! (above) The former Project Find storefront at W. 41st St and 9th Ave., A Future home for Stile's Farmers Market? - The popular Stiles Market tent was suddenly closed by the hotel developer.  Now, the Hell's Kitchen community wants to stay healthy, and is demanding a return of fresh, quality produce at affordable prices.  Many residents and shoppers are asking the Port Authority  to relocate the Stiles market in its large, and long VACANT Project Find storefront (above).  Silver Lining:  Still Open - Stile's Farmers Market tent on W. 52nd St., between 8th and 9th Avenues

 New Feature: Letters Page See Letters of support from Our Community Leaders for the Stile's Market relocation. 

Tell the Port Authority You Want Your STILE'S FARMERS MARKET BACK!  Write your own letter (Click HERE for samples) to the Port Authority's Executive Director, Patrick Foye, to Tell him you want Stile's (and the Big Apple Meat Market, too) relocated to the empty and long-unused storefront at 551 9th Avenue. Send by mail, and please E-mail a copy to: to cc our elected officials: Councilman Corey Johnson, Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, State Senator Brad Hoylman, and others, including Manhattan Community Board #4.

Address your letter to:

Patrick Foye

Executive Director

Port Authority of New York New Jersey 

225 Park Avenue South

New York, NY  10003  

  ☞ Sample Letters You Can Write                    Letters to Port Authority from our Community Leaders

The Stile's market relocation is now endorsed by: MPTA, Manhattan Plaza Tenants Association, WSNA, West side Neighborhood Alliance, HKNA, Hell's Kitchen Neighborhood Association, The W. 45th, and 46th Street Block Associations, and our Community Board #4.  Our elected officials are scheduling a meeting with the Port Authority later this month... Stay Tuned!  


•  YOUR NEIGHBORS AND STILE'S SHOPPERS SPEAK OUT! (and see more comments here)

There is an enormous contingent of senior citizens in Hell's Kitchen...

I am angry that our neighborhood is quickly losing all the shops...

Stop destroying our neighborhood...NOTHING back to the area! enough is enough!!!  ...Ric R.

We need you in our neighborhood. Please let me know what we can do to help...David I.

I need Stiles!!!!...

I very much favor the relocation of Stiles to the Project Find Storefront....

We need Stiles in our community....

The old tent always offered a fair deal...

Stiles market is a go-to green market...

Hell's Kitchen neighborhood is in DIRE need for an affordable and extensive produce market....      


Standing-Room Only At CB Meeting, Hell's Kitchen Neighbors Rally Support.  No 'food desert' for us, all agreed.  The Jan. 16th meeting at Cameo's Studios on W.43rd St., overflowed with support to keep Stile's as the community's reliable produce resource.  All were in favor of a Stile's Farmers Market relocation to the Port Authority space. Neighbors and shoppers, some who came from far away, stood up to speak to the room. Steve Stiles, the man of the hour, spoke, and was very moved by the warm reception.  Tributes were paid to his long-term commitment to the Hell's Kitchen community. He says: "We feed the neighborhood".   The Community Board #4's Health and Housing committee is supporting this measure.  They are joined by neighborhood associations and organizations.   Your elected officials: Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, Senator Brad Hoylman and Councilman Corey Johnson offer their support.

The vacant Project Find space (above) can be a NEW HOME for the Stile's Farmers' Market:    

A Message to the Community from The Stile's Farmer's Market:   

We reflect on the many years of serving the community and our loyal customers. There are countless times we have made donations in the Hell's Kitchen area feeding the homeless, local churches, seniors, and during 9/11. We hope that the Port Authority will embrace our efforts to continue doing business selling quality foods at low cost.  We still need to get the word out to the community, so we are continuing to hand out flyers.  Thank You for all your help in trying to get a new space.




The Stile Family