Interesting comparison (from TAD) of two of FW's notable downtown historic preservation buildings: Public Market, 40,210 sq. ft., tax appraised value $2.4 million; T&P Warehouse, 549,452 sq. ft., $1.2 million tax appraised value. Size isn't everything, I guess. Of course, one was a railroad company warehouse, circa 1931; the other a public market, circa 1925. Just FYI.
Can the new owners of the Public Market do anything to improve ingress and egress, parking etc.?
There's no need to improve parking - the building is surrounded by it. After the fire, there's plenty of room out back in addition to all the front parking. And as far as ingress/egress goes, it's on a red light - it's not hard to get in and out.
There's nothing they can do about the concrete ramp vortex, though.