Ahead of the grand opening, the signage arrived this past Friday. (H/T Steven!)
As we reported back in September, the buy-sell-trade-consign retailer for men's and women's clothing and accessories has more than 30 locations across the country, with several outposts in NYC — including on West 13th Street and West 26th Street.
The company, founded in 1991, works like this: "Customers sell their current, on-trend clothing and accessories for cash or trade credit."
Crossroads will be open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, with a 7 p.m. close on Sundays.
The previous tenant here, Chinese Hawaiian Kenpo Academy, is now operating out of the Sixth Street Community Center.
This is fantastic - we all need to get on board with the idea of non-disposable clothing. All the clothes in stores like Old Navy are garbage ready to happen - non-sustainable and certainly not getting enough wears before they are tossed away.
And crossroads is pretty fair with prices offered for clothing- and their employees have a friendly attitude, unlike some consignment stores!
LOL the employees at the 26th Street Crossroads do not have a friendly attitude, they are straight out of that Broad City episode except their hair and lipstick do not look cute (™ Ilana). Ask anyone who goes/went to FIT
Not that this will stop me from going to the EV location, of course. Reseller Attitude Syndrome is just an annoying fact of life
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