HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A Harrisburg-based vintage retailer announced that it will be relocating to a new Harrisburg storefront in the near future.

The Midtown Dandy & Stash Vintage is owned and operated by partners Andrew Kintzi and Anela Selkowitz. According to South of the Market (SoMa), the vintage retailer is most known for offering vintage clothing and household goods as well.

Additionally, Midtown Dandy & Stash Vintage also has a new venture called “Found Collab”, which promotes reuse and discovery by bringing together curators, artists, and small-batch makers nationwide. These offerings will include more vintage clothing and houseware in addition to:

  • Greeting cards
  • Unique gifts and “hand-made”
  • Harrisburg specific items
  • Local coffee and teas
  • Body care and art related
  • Up-cycled and Hand dyed clothing
  • One-of-a-kind items

“We are very much looking forward to this new venture and the challenges and opportunities a
bigger space will allow us. Our goal is to create a destination to help improve Harrisburg and our
community, not just to sell vintage clothes. We will support other creatives, provide a comfortable, humble, and novel atmosphere for people to spend some time and find something they love, as well as host art shows, a music night, or offer a workshop, all under the same roof,” Kintzi and Selkowitz said.

The vintage retailer is currently located at 11 South 3rd Street, but will soon be relocating down the block to 25 South 3rd Street, according the owners. The new space will significantly increase the retailer’s floor space, from 600-square-feet to over 1,500-square feet. This will allow the owners to increase the goods that they currently offer.

According to Midtown Dandy & Stash Vintage’s Facebook, their hours of operation are:

  • Thursdays – Saturdays // 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

According to the owners, their grand opening weekend with be May 26 -27.