Source Book: Broadway Antique Market
Located steps from the Granville red line stop in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood is a vintage lover’s emporium, Broadway Antique Market. Known for its art deco and midcentury modern furnishings and home décor (and a favorite of pretty much all interior designers, including Nate Berkus) this department store-esque market is a can’t miss for any design lover who finds themselves in the Windy City.
Want to know more? Read on to learn more about one of Chicago’s favorite vintage shops.
1. The store boasts over 75 dealers on two floors covering more than 25,000 sq. ft. of showroom space. Upstairs one can find furniture, art and décor while downstairs, an expansive selection of lighting, jewelry and vintage fashion awaits.
3. The ever-changing inventory has fresh arrivals every week so there is always something new and unique in stock.
4. For all vintage devotees (or music lovers), be sure to check out the music video for “I’m In Love with Vintage”, filmed throughout the market.
5. Insider tip: twice a year, in May and December, they hold an annual sale where you can find even better deals on cool vintage finds and antiques.
Planning a trip? Check out our variety of special hotel offers to make The James Chicago – Magnificent Mile your home base during your trip. Prior to your trip, you should peruse the markets select offerings (though it’s only a fraction of what’s in the shop) in their eBay store.