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The Brooklyn Flea is moving to DUMBO this summer

The Brooklyn Flea is moving to DUMBO this summer
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The Brooklyn Flea has announced that they’ll be leaving their Williamsburg home for the last five years to move further down the East River waterfront.

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The popular market is leaving its former space at 50 Kent in order for the area to be slowly, slowly incorporated into the allegedly materializing Bushwick Inlet Park. 

Beginning April 3, the flea will now be hosting its Sunday market at Pearl Plaza in DUMBO, which incorporates a snazzy archway under the Manhattan Bridge as well as Pearl Street Triangle. The new space will have room for 75 vendors encompassing the familiar assortment of antiques, vintage clothes and furniture.

The Saturday market will still take place at 176 Lafayette Ave in Fort Greene.

Williamsburg Flea fans shouldn’t despair too much, however. Smorgasburg will still be bringing tons of delicious food options to the East River State Park on Saturdays.


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