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“When we heard that Neighborhood Goods was bringing their unique take on retail to New York, we knew we wanted to be a part of it,” says Olivers founder David Wolfe.

“They recognize the strong connection people have with direct-to-consumer brands, while also understanding the unique benefits of brick-and-mortar shopping.”

The Dallas-based startup, which is rethinking the way a department store looks, feels and works, is bringing together over 40 brands to the Chelsea Market building in lower Manhattan. “Interestingly, Chelsea happens to be the number one zip code in the entire US for us as it pertains to volume of shipments,” says David.

Who else is joining us? The Arrivals, Hay, Asystem and Taschen books to name just a few. Along with a full-service bar and eatery, there’s also a lounge area for hanging out—much like the relaxed atmosphere of an Apple store. And similarly, you can buy directly from any sales associate anywhere in the store or use the self-guided checkout on the Neighborhood Goods app to make shopping even easier.


For our pop-up within the store, we collaborated with the NG crew to pull together a few of our best-sellers along with some new products to showcase just what we do best.

The Vital Info:

When: Open daily from 10 am to 10 pm

Where: Chelsea Market 75 Ninth Ave. New York, NY 10011


FYI:The historic brick building was once home to Nabisco, and is where the Oreo cookie was invented in 1912.

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