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One of the city's top home goods shops is debuting its long-awaited second store on Saturday, December 13th. The Room & Board flagship store is opening at 236 West 18th Street—the former home of the Barneys Co-op and the famous warehouse sales—and at this address, they've got 48,000 square feet and three floors to house merchandise, more than 90% of which is made in America by small businesses.
Meanwhile, their Wooster Street store will be converted into a concept shop—other than its celebration of American design, further details are unknown.
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