Monday, January 23, 2023

Crossroads Trading opens Friday on 2nd Avenue

Crossroads Trading opens on Friday (Jan. 27) at 122 Second Ave. between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place. 

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. 


Anonymous said...

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.

Anonymous said...

And crossroads is pretty fair with prices offered for clothing- and their employees have a friendly attitude, unlike some consignment stores!

Anonymous said...

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