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Vintage Thrift in Search of a New Warehouse Space

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Photo from Vintage Thrift's Instagram.
Photo from Vintage Thrift’s Instagram.

A not-for-profit organization that supports the United Jewish Council of the East Side is on the hunt for a new warehouse space. Vintage Thrift operates stores in Gramercy and the West Village. Those locations are secure. But the organization is losing a 1200 square foot facility in Brooklyn used for collecting and sorting merchandise. Can you help locate a new space? See below for details.

Willing to sign a multi (5-7) year lease – Prepared to move immediately. Space requirements/preferences:

  • Space can be locked/secured
  • Electric service – need at least one strong outlet along perimeter of space
  • Freight elevators, or ground floor space
  • Truck bays/loading docks
  • Bathroom use – can be shared
  • Heat for cold months; possibility for A/C, even if only in one area
  • 15′ minimum ceiling height preferred, but can manage with less
  • Close to mass transit
  • Natural light preferred, suitable for Ebay/Etsy photo shoots
  • Preferably in area with stores for supplies & food
  • Wifi desirable but not necessary

If you know of a location that might work, email Holly Kaye at: hokaye@aol.com. Vintage Thrift was founded 17 years ago by her late husband, Gene Golombek, as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit corporation. They provide tax receipts for all donations and give away all profits to other nonprofit organizations that help the needy on the Lower East Side – more than $1 million in the last decade.

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