Sunday, April 6, 2008

 

Reminder: Brooklyn Flea Begins Today



As if it would be possible to forget, today is the opening of Brownstoner's Brooklyn Flea, with over 200 vendors of everything from jewelry to vintage records to local food to architectural salvage. Everyone from the Times to New York Mag have mentioned it and we thought we'd remind our readers as well. The Brooklyn Flea will run in Fort Greene in a 40,000 suare foot schoolyard at Vanderbilt and Lafayette every Sunday for the foreseeable future.

The list of vendors for New York home improvement and architectural stuff is like a who's who. Here's a sampling of who you can expect to see there:

Vintage Furniture and Architectural Salvage:
# ama home
# Baby Goes Vintage
# Bilu Business
# Birch Vintage
# Build it Green! NYC
# Colonia
# DecoDecor
# Demolition Depot
# Joseph Heidecker
# Eddie Hibbert
# Humble Beginnings
# IndependentActor NYC
# Journey Home
# Kevin McGeary
# Olde Good Things
# Prague Kolektiv
# Rand Furniture + Design
# Reclaimed Home
# RePOP
# Sharon Barnes + Friends
# Silver Fox
# Silver Nest
# Dana Voehl

New Furniture and Lighting:
# Bien Hecho
# Counter Evolution NYC
# Greenjeans
# Mohawk Studios
# Nightwood
# Ryan O'Connor
# Organic Light Sculptures



From Brownstoner:

Brooklyn Flea, the largest outdoor market in New York City, is opening in Fort Greene in April 2008! Every Sunday, starting April 6, the folks at Brownstoner.com, Brooklyn's best website about real estate and renovation, will bring together top sellers of new and vintage furniture, lighting, records, clothes, jewelry, crafts, and more at a 40,000-square-foot lot at Lafayette and Vanderbilt Avenue in Fort Greene. Located just a block from Dekalb Avenue's restaurant row and easily accessible by foot, train, bike, or car from every neighborhood in Brooklyn and beyond, Brooklyn Flea will be the weekend destination for bargain-seekers and cool-hunters alike.

We've had over 500 vendors express interest in selling at the Flea, but we are still actively looking for great merchandise, new and old. We'd appreciate it if interested dealers would take a moment to fill out the expression of interest here. This is not a binding commitment, but it is a necessary first step; you will hear back from us within a day or so of registering. Additionally, we'd love to hear from everyone about your ideas for making this the best flea market in the city.



Here's the main page for more information: http://www.brownstoner.com//brooklynflea/

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