Shopping in Gramercy Park

Housing Works

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Housing Works Thrift Shop (157 E 23rd St)

Housing Works Thrift Shop is one of the great neighborhood spots for vintage finds. Thriving on community donations, Housing Works also accepts usable and resalable items in great condition, and donates proceeds to New Yorkers in need. Interested in charity and looking for an awesome vintage tee? This is the place to go. Other vintage shops in the area include City Opera and Salvation Army.

Flower Shop

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Gramercy Park Flower Shop (236 3rd Ave)

This longstanding neighborhood institution sells beautifully handcrafted flower arrangements for any season or occasion, and offers delivery throughout New York City and Brooklyn.

Nordstrom Rack

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Nordstrom Rack (60 E 14th St)

The off-price division of Nordstrom, Inc., Nordstrom Rack carries brand-name merchandise from Nordstrom Stores at 50-60% off the original price, making it a great place to buy brand-name apparel, accessories, and shoes that won’t burn a hole through your wallet.

Man Riding Bike

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Sid’s Bike Shop (235 E 34th St)

Sid’s Bikes is the largest bike shop in NYC and offers an impressive selection of road, mountain, and urban/commuting bikes, as well as accessories and expert repair services from certified mechanics and fit specialists. As home to an active cycling community, Waterside Plaza also offers bike storage.

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