Urban Radish wanted to preserve the industrial nature of its building to reflect the surrounding neighborhood.
LOS ANGELES — Urban Radish, an 8,000-square-foot independent, lives up to its name. The community store focuses on offering the freshest products possible to city dwellers. “Almost everything that’s in the market really is tried and true. We literally sourced everything that’s in there based on the quality and its taste,” said founder Carolyn Paxton. “That doesn’t mean everything is local or sourced from the U.S.,” she said, noting that ...
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