Buffalo Exchange to Move Its Central Phoenix Location

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Katie Johnson
Attention Valley shoppers, one of your favorite spots for recycled retail is relocating to be closer to the downtown scene.

The Phoenix Buffalo Exchange is packing up its vintage suitcases and moving down Seventh Street from Missouri Road to Osborn Road, where it will open in a newly renovated space at 3540 North Seventh Street next to Taco Guild and Urban Beans.


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Camelback Flowershop Has Moved to New Arcadia Location

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Vanessa Wiley
Camelback Flowershop is Moving

Camelback Flowershop has moved.

Owned by Teresa Wilson, the high-end flower shop in the Arcadia district had been at Camelback and 44th Street for around 30 years. But that changed after Friday, October 10. Shop manager Laura Reed says that the building the shop left will be torn down, though she isn't sure when that will happen. LGO Hospitality plans to build a new restaurant at the location.


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Nordstrom Rack's Grand Opening at Tempe Marketplace Is October 3

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The Rack's coming to Tempe.
Bargain hunters, this is a big deal. Nordstrom Rack's grand opening at Tempe Marketplace is set for Friday, October 3.

The 35,000-square-foot store is the sixth Rack location in Arizona and the fifth in the Valley of the Sun, offering discounts between 30 and 70 percent on Nordstrom items, as well as items purchased from Nordstrom brands to sell at Nordstrom Rack.


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Southwest Gardener Now Open at The Newton in Phoenix

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Southwest Gardener 300 W. Camelback Road Suite 3

The wait is over. Southwest Gardener is now open at The Newton at Third Avenue and Camelback Road.

The gardening store had outgrown its original location of 15 years at 2809 North 15th Avenue and moved a few miles down the road to a more spacious spot at The Newton. Owned by Amy Carlisle and Lynn Town, the store continues to serve as a go-to space where folks can meet, plant, and learn about how to create their own Southwest oasis.

"You can live outside nine months out of the year; why not have it be beautiful?" Carlisle asks, while she and Town cheerfully discuss inventory. The new space radiates sunshine and feels more like a greenhouse than a store. And it is so much more than a store.


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10 Things We Learned at Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market

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Evie Carpenter
Is it just us, or is Junk in the Trunk getting a little intense?

The bi-annual Vintage Market made its return on Saturday, September 20, at WestWorld of Scottsdale and was well-received by junk fiends and hoarders of handmade home furnishings.

It was almost too well-received. There were long line, lots of crowding. And parking? Parking was bananas. For those haven't ventured out to Junk in the Trunk just yet and those who have but now find themselves sitting on the floor with a have-empty bottle of vodka and $2,000 worth newly-purchased antiques, here are 10 valuable lessons you can take with you to the next Junk in the Trunk market happening Saturday, May 2, 2015.


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Ultimate Consignment in Phoenix Has Closed; Mesa Location to Shutter

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Vanessa Wiley
Ultimate Consignment has closed its 475 E. Lincoln Street location.

Ultimate Consignment, a well-loved mecca for vintage and second-hand home goods, will close its doors. The store's Phoenix location has already closed and soon the 68,000-sqare-foot Mesa location will follow suit. The latter's official closing day has not been announced yet.

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Jonathan Adler Store Opens Today at Phoenix's Biltmore Fashion Park

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Courtesy of Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is known to visit Arizona every once in a while, but as of Friday, August 22, he's here to stay.

Well, his aesthetic is anyway. Today the New York-based modern home furnishings designer opens a boutique that's his fourth largest and 27th overall at Phoenix's Biltmore Fashion Park.

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Tempe's Treehouse Collective to Open in September

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Connor Descheemaker
Treehouse Collective founder Moonbeam Le May opens her new shop Saturday, September 6.

Moonbeam Le May is a maker. Like many makers, she sells on Etsy, and has a community of people around her who share and support that passion to create.

A few months ago, Le May began utilizing those community connections to host a monthly second Saturday market at a University Drive warehouse in Tempe. But rather than content herself with this sort of sporadic gathering, Le May thought bigger. Thus, the idea for The Treehouse Collective was born.

On Saturday, September 6, The Treehouse Collective will open its tiny, nondescript doors to the public, presenting an overflow of local artisans offering everything from metaphysical herbs and stones to cleaning products, jewelry, and vintage clothing. Open daily to the public, Le May hopes to offer something local and purposeful to the diverse denizens of Tempe.

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Phoenix's Nostra Style House to Host Opening Party July 26

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Courtesy of Nostra Style House
It's time to celebrate the new Nostra.

Mark your calendars, fashion fanatics.

Angelica Gonzalez and Liliana Gomez recently relocated their Phoenix boutique Nostra Style House, leaving Roosevelt Row for a new storefront at Seventh and Pierce streets. The store has been open at its new location (formerly home to Palabra Collective) for a little more than a week.

And it's time to celebrate -- in style.

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UNION at the Biltmore's Summer Sale Is This Weekend

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Janessa Hilliard
UNION's home to independent retailers in a section of Biltmore Fashion Park.

Attention shoppers:

If you're on the hunt for deep discounts and deals, UNION at the Biltmore is the place to be Friday, July 18, through Sunday, July 20.

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