Brooklyn Flea: Progress Report

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The Brooklyn Flea is starting to take shape, with excellent local merchants like Prague Kolektiv, Olde Good Things, Demolition Depot, Build it Green!, RePop, Housing Works Used Book Café, and Journey Home joining homespun folks like Georgia’s Homemade Toffees, Gavin & Lily Jewelry (made by Catskill, NY, Brooklyn transplant Sarah Stoudt), and WFMU DJ Small Change as vendors so far.(There’s going to be great food at the Flea too.)

We’re finding some great sellers out there (and over a hundred have registered directly), but we’d love to hear your suggestions: Let us know your ideas for dealers in vintage furniture, clothing, lighting, records, books, watches and jewelry, bicycles, cameras, or other antiques. You can email us directly at eric@brownstoner.com. And if there’s some niche we’ve left out, tell us and we’ll track it down. In case you missed it, the Flea starts in April, every Sunday at the Bishop Loughlin School at Lafayette & Vanderbilt Ave. Vendor sign-up (no commitment) and basic Flea info is at www.brooklynflea.com.

Here are a few places that have written about Brooklyn Flea so far:

Brownstoner to Launch Weekly Flea Market Next Spring [Brownstoner]
Brownstoner to Launch Flea Market [The Real Deal]
Flea Market Promises Bargains [Brooklyn Paper]
Brooklyn’s Largest Flea Market Planned for FG Schoolyard [Brooklyn Eagle]
Come Spring, Fort Green To Be Flea-Ridden/a> [Racked]
New Brooklyn Flea Market [Apartment Therapy]
Brownstoner Launching Brooklyn Flea [Gowanus Lounge]
Brooklyn Flea: Exactly What I’ve Been Looking For [Greenpointers]

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