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If your shopping fantasy includes hitting up the stores of New York City's famous Madison Avenue, be ready to spend quite a bit of money! You'll find the more affordable department stores and chains in the Herald Square area, with e...Open the full description

If your shopping fantasy includes hitting up the stores of New York City's famous Madison Avenue, be ready to spend quite a bit of money! You'll find the more affordable department stores and chains in the Herald Square area, with everything from apparel to housewares and electronics. For a less commercial shopping experience, the downtown neighborhoods in Manhattan and some areas of Brooklyn like Park Slope are full of cute boutiques and independently owned shops, as well as seasonal outdoor markets like the Union Square Holiday Market and the Brooklyn Flea Market. Held year-round on the weekends, the Hell's Kitchen & Chelsea Flea Markets are popular destinations where collectors, history buffs, and vintage lovers go hunting for truly unique items, including jewelry, clothing, art, furniture, and much more.The SoHo neighborhood - short for "South of Houston" - is known for its trendy, high-end boutiques; travel down Broadway (starting at Houston Street) and you'll encounter several blocks of brand name clothing stores.

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