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29 West 25th Street
New York, NY, 10010
United States


Annex Markets, Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market at 9th Avenue and West 39th Street and  Chelsea Flea Market on West 25th Street off 6th Avenue, have set the standard for NYC flea and antiques markets, where the fashion éclat, designers, collectors, and top-notch hagglers delight in fine old things, crafts, "makers' market" talent, vintage decorative arts, estate jewelry, vintage clothing, historical ephemera, vinyl records, artwork, prints, and more.


The Attraction of the Flea Market

Chelsea Flea Market

There’s a reason why you’ll spot celebrities and high profile individuals shopping at flea markets. It’s not because they’re strapped for cash, but rather they understand the potential treasures that are up for grabs at flea markets that are not readily available anywhere else.

Flea markets provide shoppers with the live interaction with a vendor who most likely has a passionate expertise for the products that they sell. Beyond just buying online where the quality is not guaranteed and the questions are transmitted digitally as you wait for an auto-generated response, shopping at the markets is shopping in its most organic, original state of mind. There’s something so cognitively humanistic about it because it beckons to the generations, long before our time, who relied on the open air markets as a point of commerce and fellowship.

The attraction of the flea market is face value. It’s the familiarity of what the words mean even across all cultures. That unity alone is one of the main reasons why they have stood firm and continue to attract masses of people every year. The familiarity of a market meets the uniqueness of a city and equals an interesting and one-of-a-kind experience.