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This online marketplace, which focuses on antique furniture, vintage clothing and high-end art, has taken over the entire tenth floor of the New York Design Center, turning it into an indoor flea market featuring 54 vendors from the site. Everything sold at the storefront is also offered online, so make sure to check out an iPad at the entrance so you can easily retrieve more info about that Art Deco armchair or Victorian armoire you’ve been drooling over. You can even have a cashier at the front desk print out a tear sheet of all the items that you’ve bookmarked, in case you need more time to mull over potential purchases. But for those ready to throw down the Benjamins, you can take home Modest Designs’ 1960s rosewood-and-chrome armchair from Denmark ($7,500), and Brooklynite Objectiques’ pair of aluminum end tables from the ’70s ($4,000) or 19th-century French table lamps (two for $6,500).