Buying Local Comes to Milhaus

July 07, 2016

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In living our mission to transform the communities where we work and live, Milhaus’ home offices will also become a pickup point for one of Indianapolis’ latest innovations, a virtual farmers market.

This summer, people who live and work in Fletcher Place and Fountain Square will have more ways to order from their favorite local farms and artisan vendors through

The online farmers market experience allows customers to browse products on their computer or smartphone throughout the week, place an order from multiple vendors with one single checkout, and pick up their pre-packed order at the Milhaus office at 460 Virginia Avenue on Thursday afternoons.

“We are very excited to be able to offer this to our community,” said Clint Garrison, Director of Ancillary Services, Milhaus. “A farmers market is something that the Fountain Square community still needs. We believe this online farmers market will fill that gap for our neighbors who want to shop locally.”

“This business is all about giving consumers more ways and more access to buy local,” said Nick Carter, co-founder and CEO, “By creating a virtual farmers market in communities that lack any local options, we are increasing the consumer reach for local farms and artisans. Ultimately, everyone, consumers, local farms and artisans all win.” launched in January with the mission of “creating endless markets for local food.” More than 60 vendors and 600 products are available through the virtual farmers market already, with more joining each week. Currently, there are more than 25 locations throughout central Indiana, but this is the first in the Fountain Square and Fletcher Place areas. As one of many amenities, Milhaus currently offers the service for residents at Artistry and Circa.

Under the partnership with Milhaus, the first market day pick up will be Thursday, July 14. Anyone wishing to order through the Fletcher Place market must have orders placed online by midnight Tuesday, July 12 at