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Thrifting on the Lower East Side: Vintage Finds With a Touch of Luxe

The Lower East Side isn’t just about its storied past. It’s also a haven for those with a penchant for unique vintage finds. Three standout thrifting spots include Beacon’s Closet, L Train Vintage, and Edith Machinist. Let’s take a quick tour of these unique locations — all within minutes of the luxury apartments at One Manhattan Square.

Beacon’s Closet | 10 West 13th Street

Tucked away at 10 West 13th Street, this isn’t your average thrift stop. You’re greeted by chandeliers made of buttons — a cool touch that sets the mood. Beacon’s Closet, which opened in September of 2011, offers a mix of today’s trends as well as some timeless gems. Great for those fashion-forward steals without the typical Manhattan price tag.

L Train Vintage – No Relation Vintage | 204 First Avenue

This family-owned business has made a name for itself in NYC. With spots in Brooklyn and Manhattan, no two visits are the same. The Lower East Side location, called No Relation Vintage, is L Train Vintage’s only shop in all of Manhattan. They have people road-tripping the U.S., picking out the best vintage wear. So, expect fresh stock every time you pop in. It’s like a thrift adventure without leaving the city. Check out some of their more unique finds on their website.

Edith Machinist | 104 Rivington Street

Enter 104 Rivington, and you’ll discover Edith Machinist’s realm of vintage elegance. This isn’t just a store; it’s an homage to accessories that time forgot — yet they are still timeless. Dive into a collection that ranges from “I Love New York” T-shirts to Aztec knit bags framed in wood, or a Pierre Cardin mod bracelet that could be your next conversation starter. Each visit feels like a new chapter in your vintage saga.

If the LES had a motto, it would be “Historic Meets Chic.” Beacon’s Closet, L Train Vintage, and Edith Machinist are just the tip of the iceberg. So, if you’re around, do a bit of exploring, and maybe you’ll snag that piece that has been waiting just for you.

Reach out to us at One Manhattan Square for more local tips and to check availability of these Lower East Side condos.