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The Hell?s Kitchen Flea Market on 39th Street and 9th Avenue was originally known as the Annex Antiques Fair and Flea Market created by Alan Boss. It started in 2003 because of the residential and real estate threat of losing the Chelsea Markets in Chelsea wherein the initial location of empty parking lots are now converted into residential buildings. Moved into its current location that does not face the same threats, it is the lone street within New York that is permanently closed to function as a flea market. An estimated 170 merchants are open for business during the summer, which is considered as the market?s peak season. Here, one can surely find something to buy. Known as one of the ?Top Ten Shopping Streets in the World? according to National Geographic, fashionistas, celebrities, artists, locals and tourists alike go here to buy antiques, vintage clothes, collectibles, jewelry, and home accessories. It is open from 9 AM until 5 PM during weekends.
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