• Approx 100 sqft space under an outdoor shade canopy in gate enclosed space
• Access to open seating in the middle of the courtyard
• Access to discounted insurance and permit expediting/consultation
• Access to group marketing, branding & promotions for the Market
• Listing on on line directory at 43Blvd.com and social media promotions for the Market
• Coordination, collaboration and support of the City of San Diego, Civic Communities, YMCA, El Borrego, The Boulevard BID and multiple other community organizations that want to see your small business succeed at the Market.
If you are a local vendor, artist or entrepreneur engaged. in farm to table fresh foods, cafes, crafts or any complementary small business that can enhance. the community experience of the Market, then we want to hear from you.
Currently, we envision vendor booth activities to be available only Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, with special events to be scheduled during the week subject to availability. Market hours will be determined by on-site management and subject to sufficient vendor participation.
Each approved vendor will have approx. a 100 sqft shade canopy outdoor space within with access to open seating in the middle of the courtyard for special events as seen on these conceptual renderings. The individual vendor booths will be distributed on a first come first serve reservation system per this chart (link). Each 100 sqft booth is $500/month plus expenses under a month to month license agreement, has access to the center courtyard for its patrons and is promoted on our website & directory.
We can offer month to month leases to 20 select produce, coffee, art & event vendors that will have a positive impact, are in demand and will complement our overall community cooperative. This concept will be an interim (2-3 year) social enterprise and will eventually be integrated into the permanent mixed use affordable housing project planned for this site, in one form or another.
If interested in applying to be a vendor, please contact me with your background, product/service and space requirements by February 28, 2022.
Vendors are responsible to secure all necessary city, county and other governmental approvals, provide insurance and otherwise comply with all laws & regulations governing their activities. We have reached out to the City and have experts standing by to help you. Temporary Food Vendors must comply with the City & County of San Diego regulations some of which (not all) may be found here:
State of California
All vendors must provide a certificate of insurance naming 43 Blvd Crossroads LLC as Additional Insured. If you don't have insurance, you may purchase vendor insurance from Hiscox.com. Please be advised that each event on site will require its own insurance so it may be more cost beneficial to you to purchase any special events coverage for a one year term rather than a per event coverage.