Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House, will be a sister store to our award winning main location of 5 years, located in Newburgh, NY, the ‘crossroads of the northeast’ in the beautiful Hudson Valley.
This new location will feature an additional 30,000 square feet of vintage, antiques, repurposed and locally made goods; featured across approximately 80 booths & vendors in a unique and historic location.
Located at 10 Route 17K, Newburgh, New York 12550.
30,000 square feet of vintage furniture & clothing, antiques, curiosities, repurposed & locally made goods.
Minutes from our current 9W location, right off Interstate 84 & The New York Thruway (I-87).
Approximately 80 booths & vendors spaces, each reflecting a unique perspective & style.
Furniture consignment center, vintage clothing shop-in-shop, local makers and more!
Interested in selling with us? Call us at 845.562.5200 or click here.
Hudson Valley House Parts Annex inside Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House!
Hudson Valley House Parts will be joining us with the ‘Hudson Valley House Parts Annex’, a curated collection of architectural salvage, house parts, design features, and more - an extension of their shop on Broadway, in the heart of downtown Newburgh.
Approximately 7 - 10 minutes from our main location on Rt. 9W, Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House will be located at 10 Route 17k, in Newburgh, NY.
Situated on one of the most traveled routes at the ‘crossroads of the northeast’. Minutes from the junction of Interstate 84 and The New York Thruway (I-87), it neighbors the shopping areas of Target & Aldi, and is short distance from Adam’s Fairacre Farms.
We are located at the gateway to historic downtown Newburgh’s Broadway & Liberty Street shopping & dining districts, Washington’s Headquarters and effervescent waterfront along the Hudson River..
A building with a storied past; Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House will be located at the site of the former ‘Ware-House Furniture’ location, a family run business based in Newburgh for decades, in operation for 80+ years. From 1940’s to 1958 it was the site of the ‘Avalon Roller Drome’, a very popular skating and entertainment venue (Jimmy Dean, played there) in the Newburgh area, along what was then regularly called then, the ‘Cochecton Turnpike’. In the 1960’s beloved retailer, ‘Big Scot’ provided loyal customers with everything from dresses to electronics.
Interested in selling with us?
Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House will offer:
Modular booths available in many sizes
Each vendors carefully chosen based on their personal style.
A 360 marketing & advertising program in trade & local publication including social media outlets.
A high traffic center, on a main thoroughfare. according to the NYSDOT website up to 75,000 pass the location daily.
Cashier services and customer assistance, no working-hour requirements.
Digital real-time sales reports and dealer settlement.
Collection and remittance of State sales tax.
Listing on website and in-store directory.