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Housing Works thrift shop

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306 Columbus Ave.
New York, NY 10023
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(212) 579-7566
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Housing Works is a nonprofit community agency dedicated to providing housing, health care, job training and other support services to people living with AIDS. It runs four well-or...

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I just spent 2 hours waiting for the store on 96th and broadway, nyc to open, planning on buying a large rectangular glass panel. I was 2nd in line. but when i went inside the p...

inside scammers 5/31/2014

I just spent 2 hours waiting for the store on 96th and broadway, nyc to open, planning on buying a large rectangular glass panel. I was 2nd in line. but when i went inside the panel was nowhere to be found. i had expected it to be up front since it was a new item coming on sale, which is how it has been in the past. i looked and looked for the item, noticing a woman who was behind me in line making a beeline towards the back. while i was still looking for the item i saw her walking from the back of the store with the item in her hands! what the hell!! it sure looks like she had someone from the store hide the item for her in the back of the store!! what kind of store are these guys running here!! do i have to know someone or pay someone to hide new items in order for me to get them?? i guess they have people at the store running some inside scam for personal gain, and making side deals with buyers. more

Great Non-profit thrift store 8/17/2005

Housing Works is a nonprofit community agency dedicated to providing housing, health care, job training and other support services to people living with AIDS. It runs four well-organized, classy thrift stores that always seem to be a great source for high-quality used furniture. The stores receive new donations every day, so it's always worth going back if nothing catches your eye the first time around. Framed Fortune Magazine covers from the 1930s are priced at $30 apiece, a round glass table set atop a truly zany bronze base is $165 and a set of four blue-and-red striped juice glasses run $16. Rumor has it that New York's rich and famous donate here often, and you could well imagine that Ivana Trump herself might have dropped off the two leopard print chairs going for $195 (matching pillows are $12). more
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