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260 Fifth Avenue just isn't enough this time. When the Jonathan Adler warehouse sale makes its annual return this Thursday, April 30th, it won't be in the Midtown South sale venue like last year, or in Bushwick like the year prior—it'll take place in a legitimate warehouse off the 6 train in the Bronx.
And with good reason, too: The brand promises that this will be their largest sale ever, with more than 25,000 items priced to move at up to 75% off retail prices. As usual, there will be plenty of smaller items like pillows, decorative accessories, and kitchen items that you can carry out. But if your redecorating plans involve furniture, you can try your hand at grabbing one of the limited parking sites available at the warehouse, or arrange a delivery plan with the on-site team for an extra fee.
Take a look at the items to below to get an idea of what you'll find (and what you'll save), and see the full sale dates, hours, and location after that.
Gio Diamonds duvet cover, $60 (was $265)
Mrs. Godfrey chair, $700 (was $1,750)
Viagra cannister, $75 (was $138)
Templeton sofa, $1,600 (was $3,995)
Thursday, April 30th through Saturday, May 2nd. Thu 11am-6pm, Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm. 885 E 138th St between Walnut and Locust Aves, Bronx (no phone).