Erie Street Antiques Closing

3/11/2009 Update:

Erie Street Antiques owner George Hawriluk delivered the news that they’re closing their Hoboken location for good. Closeout sale begins this Saturday, March 14th.

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Nearly 20 years in Hoboken

“I sadly must report that we are closing our antiques business in Hoboken.

It has been almost 20 years since we opened for business in this town. I wish to thank all our faithful customers for many years of good business. We will sincerely miss the town, but for various reasons, we think it is time to move on. As of this Saturday, March 14th, we will be starting our huge store closing event. Everything in the store will be marked down… there will be some great items at recession busting prices. Please come visit us in the next few weeks before we close the doors.

Again, thanks so much Hoboken for all the good years of business. We will miss you!”

Retro furniture, accessories and other relics from many varying time periods.

Description – Antiques store
Services – Antique Furniture, Home Décor
Address – 533 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030-4905
Telephone – 201-656-3596

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22 Comments on "Erie Street Antiques Closing"


samuel charles
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samuel charles
7 years 1 month ago
Most of the newcomers ( 5 yrs or less )who live here really don’t shop here..The only things they spend their money on (for the most part )are ice cream,pizza,bagels and other edible items..Look around on Washington St at the “Window Shoppers” and then tell me HOW MANY SHOPPING BAGS ARE THEY CARRYING ? Answer: Most likely, NONE !!! Many shops on Wash St are paying $5000 and more per month JUST FOR RENT..THE ONLY STORES ABLE TO COPE WITH THIS SITUATION ARE THOSE THAT OWN THE BUILDING,ETC. I DON’T LIKE TO BE THE BEARER OF BAD NEWS BUT I’LL… Read more »
blaueaugen
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blaueaugen
7 years 1 month ago

I’m very saddened by this 🙁 now where am I supposed to go antiquing with Vito after a nice Johnny cakes breakfast :mrgreen:

MidnightRacer
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7 years 1 month ago
This should be obvious, but I’ll say it anyway. For those of you who are saddened by this closure, you have to realize that buying a few small trinkets, or 1 or 2 items from this store since living here several years does NOT keep it in business. Also, important to note is that all of you who flocked to Hoboken because you thought it was cool, it was you who created the popularity of the town which increased the demand which raised the rents. [quote]It has been almost 20 years since we opened for business in this town. I… Read more »
escaped68
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7 years 1 month ago

There are 8 to 10 antique shops in red bank all clustered in the same area along screwsbury ave. Some of these places are quite large where dealers rent spaces and are some sort of co-op and are very near the railroad sta.

manolo
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manolo
7 years 1 month ago

This really bums me out. I have 2 chairs which are quite old and hand carved, one is a queen anne that I wanted to sell. Some retro stuff too. Hope there will be Erie St antiques back in Jersey City again 😥

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