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The Brooklyn Flea Market is an outdoor marketplace located in 194 20 Street, Brooklyn, New York. The flea market began its operations on April 2008. It is bounded to the north by Clinton Hill and Bedford Stuyvesant, to the south by Greenwood Heights and Sunset Park, to the east by Kensington, Prospect Heights, and Windsor Terrace, and to the west by Red Hook and Carroll Gardens. The flea market is often heaped with praise and is ?one of the great urban experiences in New York? according to The New York Times.

The Brooklyn Flea Market traces its roots back to Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby. The two have been responsible for the operation of the flea market since 2008. In just a span of three years, the flea market has become an institution, a landmark in New York, thanks to its diversity of sellers, excellent quality of food, wares, and merchandise, and the economic advantage it has presented to both vendors and local businessmen in the city.

The Brooklyn Flea Market offers an assortment of goods and items for sale. Buyers and visitors alike can browse through a wide variety of accessories, beauty supplies, housewares, and antiques. There are also stalls selling organic products, musical instruments, sporting goods, and toys. Collectors and other enthusiasts will be delighted in the assorted coins, stamps, CDs and DVDs, vintage items, and other collectibles.

The Brooklyn Flea Market has stalls selling food and refreshments. The flea market also has other amenities, like seats and comfort rooms for buyers and visitors.
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