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Vendors in the Central Business District (CBD)

Downtown Greenville is alive and flourishing, and its wide sidewalks, lush greenery and unique blend of shops and restaurants come together to create a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere. In addition to traditional brick-and-mortar businesses, street vendors also contribute to the urban landscape and can be found throughout downtown’s Central Business District (CBD).

Vending is restricted to specific locations, but in general, vending is allowed on public streets and sidewalks within the CBD and within 300 feet of the CBD. Types of merchandise that can be sold by a street vendor include food, beverages, flowers, cards, pens and regional souvenirs. The sale of clothing items other than T-shirts or caps is not permitted.

Street vendors must submit an application for the rental of space in the CBD, and if approved, must obtain a Street Vendor License in addition to a Business License. For more information about street vending or to begin the application process, download the Vendors in the CBD application.

Please note: Vendors may be asked to move to another location during special events. If you have any questions, please contact the Business License Field Supervisor at 864-467-4504.
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Vendor Locations in Central Business District
Location Key
Map Location Number Description of Location
1 Northwest Corner of College and North Main (across from the Hyatt)
2 Northeast Corner of Main and East Washington
3 Northwest Corner of West McBee and South Main (across from the Carolina First Bank)
4 Southeast Corner of Main and East McBee Avenue (across from the Carolina First Bank, next to the vacant lot)
5 Southwest Corner of West Court and Main
6 Northeast Corner of South Main and East Broad Street (below or on the right side of bench on South main Street, leaving a six-foot right-of-way.)
7 East side of South Main Street (in front of The Greenville News, between the steps and the parking garage).
8 Corner of South Main and Augusta Street (in the area in front of the Cook Station)