New York City’s Annex Markets—Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, The Garage and West 25th Street Flea Market—are open year round. Conducting business Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., all three markets will be open Easter weekend, with outdoor spaces, as always, weather dependent.
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, located at West 39th Street, draws tourists, celebrities and artists from around the world to shop for antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, jewelry, mid-century modern items including home decorations and furniture, and more. In 1976, Alan Boss, the owner of all three markets, marshaled 11 vendors to shape the corner lot in Chelsea that became known by treasure hunters as The Annex Antiques Fair & Flea Market. In 2006, after almost 30 years in business, a high-rise residential building displaced The Annex. Foreseeing the fate of the market, Boss had already planned for a new location. After almost four years of discussions, Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market opened in May 2003. In 2006, The Annex moved to Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.
The Antiques Garage, located at 112 West 25th Street, has been open every weekend since 1994 and vendors sell everything from home decor to vintage jewelry. The market attracts thousands of shoppers each weekend, with 100+ vendors on two floors selling antiques, paintings and prints, vintage items including jewelry, handbags, fabrics, rugs, and furniture, fine silver and more.
West 25th Street Market is located at Broadway and 6th Avenue. It features up to 125 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, and other types of vintage and mid-century modern items.
For more information, call 212-243-5343.