NEW YORK – Vintage furniture and architectural salvage specialist Olde Good Things is opening a new 8,000-square-foot in the Midtown West neighborhood of Manhattan on Oct. 2.

Located at 333 W. 52nd St., the store will sell reclaimed architectural items such as mantels, gates, columns, windows and mirrors, along with furniture and art, lighting, rugs and other household décor salvaged from various landmark buildings in New York.

“We have been part of the New York City retail landscape for more than 25 years, and we remain committed to the city and its residents,” said Jim DiGiacoma, Olde Good Things board member. “Our 8,000-square-foot, two -floor showroom is sure to become a true destination for both locals and out-of-town visitors, as well as architects, decorators and designers.”

“Our stores will continue to offer architectural treasures that have been upcycled from the most prestigious New York historic hotels, Broadway theaters, prominent commercial buildings and industrial warehouses to create the most unique retail experience for the consumer,” he added.

The store will be the retailer’s third New York location, with the other two being located in the Bowery and Broadway’s Upper West Side.

“Our stores will continue to offer architectural treasures that have been upcycled from the most prestigious New York historic hotels, Broadway theaters, prominent commercial buildings and industrial warehouses to create the most unique retail experience for the consumer,” DiGiacoma added.

Olde Good Things opened its first retail store on Atlantic Avenue on Antique Row in Brooklyn in 1994 and today has other brick-and-mortar locations including one in Los Angeles and a six-story antique department store and warehouse in Scranton, Pa.

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