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Shopping, Eating, Gathering, and Transportation! 

Local Grocery & Retail Shopping
Healthy Living (2 minute car ride, 7 minute walk) - The place where people gather to shop, eat and work. The finest groceries, a fun shopping experience, and genuine hospitality. 
www.healthylivingmarket.com 

Hannaford's Supermarket (3 minute car ride, 11 minute walk) - Hannaford's is open daily 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Online pre-order pick-up and delivery are available on their website. 
www.hannaford.com

Trader Joe's (2 minute car ride, 7 minute walk) - Trader Joe's is open daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. In-store shopping is available only. 
www.traderjoes.com

Target (4 minute car ride, 15 minute walk) 
www.target.com

Gather Locally
South Burlington Public Library (1 minute walk) - Open everyday except Sunday. Any legal resident of South Burlington over the age of five may obtain a resident library card with identification that clearly shows name and current legal address. 

City Center Park (located steps away from 303 Market Street) - City Center Park is a natural area park providing green area to City Center and area neighborhoods. 

Barnes & Noble (2 minute drive, 7 minute walk) 

Local Staff Picks
The Bagel Place (4 minute drive, 9 minute walk) - Modern staple serving a selection of bagels with spreads plus hot sandwiches and coffee. 
www.thebagelplacevt.com

Dave's Cosmic Subs (2 minute drive, 8 minute walk) - Offers creative sandwiches and a classic-rock atmosphere. 

Al's French Frys (3 minute drive, 10 minute walk) - Al's was founded in the late 1940's. Their fabulous french frys quickly made Al's into a Burlington-area institution. 
www.alsfrenchfrys.com

Local Transportation Options
Getting to and from campus is easy with the Green Mountain Transit System (GMT). Starting from the Dorset Street at Blue Mall stop (about a 5 minute walk from Catamount Run), it's about a 10-15 minute bus ride to and from UVM campus. 

Car Share Vermont is an easy and affordable alternative to owning a car. 
a map of the city center development area