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This policy brief showcases a successful resilient urban economy solution – two urban regeneration projects based on the conversion of traditional food markets into multifunctional consumption spaces centred on gourmet food courts. This brief reveals the importance of these transformations in terms of economic revitalization and the generation of (re)new(ed) urban centralities. The traditional farmers' market, understood as a node of the economic life of an urban agglomeration and, therefore,doi:10.5281/zenodo.3872354 fatcat:3xvujaywcnbk5c2wdprblf5hua