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Thursday, April 10, 2014


Sugar Hill Market x Harlem Garage will be launching Sunday May 4th, from 10:00AM to 6:00PM at 318 West 118th Street between FDB and Manhattan Avenue.  Sugar Hill Market is very honored to announce that the next curated flea and artisan market will be at the Harlem Garage which is also one of the groundbreaking incubator startups uptown that helps new business owners.  Harlem Garage is housed within an early century garage building and offers affordable office space for small business startups.  Sugar Hill Market mirrors this grassroots sensibility since we are providing an affordable retail platform so that better local businesses have a venue to sell their offerings to a public who understands that there is good shopping to be had uptown.  This market will have almost 3 times the space and at least twice the merchants so stay tuned for more details!

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


The next Sugar Hill Market will be coming up soon after the great success of this past weekend.  The end goal will be to have a weekly summer market but at this point, the location is still yet to be confirmed.  With that said, we will have another monthly market hopefully in a few weeks in a new temporary space and plan to increase the vendor assortment from 12 to 20 or so top merchants.  Since this is a curated market, the vendor offerings will be hand picked so that there are no duplications and that the standards meet the market requirements.  Those who are interested should submit a high resolution photo of your product or send a website link to be considered.  Note also for the indoor markets,  only packaged artisan food will be present and cooking vendors will be part of the offerings when an outdoor space has been secured.

Send all submits to:  sugarhillmarket@gmail.com

Monday, March 31, 2014


A big Thank You goes out to all of Harlem who showed up, the intrepid visitors from other neighborhoods and the vendors who made this past Sugar Hill Market such a major success!  Participating merchants have such better items that other markets tend to not be a success for them but the buyers in Harlem understand the need to support the artisans of the neighborhood and made sure to purchase the spectacular crafts that were on display.  As we have voiced in the past, the commercial stuff manufactured in factories overseas are copies that cost more at the corporate store but Harlem's artisans are selling authentic art, crafts and designs at better price points.  Everyone agreed that this was not the typical street fair assortment and many mentioned that the offerings was much more unexpected than the predictable items now found at other fleas.  A future market is under works so make sure to join the Sugar Hill Market Facebook site for updates.