Your Guide to Thrift & Vintage Shops in Jersey City

Thrift shops are often overlooked when one is looking to shop. Along with finding unique and vintage items and saving money, you can feel good about doing your part and shopping sustainably. In addition, thrift shopping allows you to support the community and join the environmental movement. Most thrift shops partner with local nonprofits to give back a portion of their profits to support community programs from homeless shelters, food drives, and more. Lucky for us, Jersey City has diverse thrift shops allowing you to find unique and vintage items. So, get ready to find one-of-a-kind treasures by checking out the thrift shops we have rounded up for you below! 

Another Man’s Treasure Vintage Store – 195 Montgomery Street (Downtown Jersey City)

This local Jersey City shop is a favorite. Established in 2006, this vintage shop has been included in USA Today and as the best places to shop vintage in America. The shop has a great line-up of seasonal vintage clothing at affordable prices. In addition, you can find unique clothing items, jewelry, and hidden items. 




conSHINEment – 910 Bergen Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306 (Journal Square)

Two blocks away from the Journal Square PATH Station, this thrift store has one-of-a-kind pieces in 

premium, second-hand condition with so much to choose from. They have unique items that you can’t find anywhere! It is one of the biggest consignment stores in Jersey City, so they regularly get their inventory from the most fashionable people. Looking for that spring jacket? You might find it here!




G-Ma’s Thrift Shop – 118 Mallory Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07304 (West Side) 

This small thrift shop on the West Side of Jersey City sells various items from houseware, furniture, clothing, appliances and more. You never know if you will stumble upon a gem when shopping at this thrift store. Give life to a secondhand item that can be brought to life again in your home!




Into the Void – 117 Brunswick Street

What’s better than sipping on coffee and checking out vintage items? This vintage antique store has a coffee shop inside, making grabbing your cup of joe easier while shopping. In addition, they have unique, antique furniture pieces that will capture your eye. 




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Mint Market – 339 Grove St (Downtown)

With a location in Hoboken & Downtown Jersey City, Mint Market is a great vintage shop to find unique finds. You can find curated vintage & contemporary clothing, jewelry, shoes, and fashion accessories. This shop is also Latina women-owned. So, feel good about shopping while supporting local!




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Pacific Flea – 149 Pacific Ave (Bergen-Lafayette) 

Pacific Flea aims to foster a creative environment that benefits the entire community. Located in the Bergen-Lafayette section of Jersey City, this market will provide a unique shopping experience featuring crafts, antiques, vintage items, and artwork. They may even play live music while you’re shopping secondhand if you’re lucky! Make sure you check out their website for upcoming events




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Sure Things — Vintage & Found Objects, Furniture, and Used Books – 561 Palisade Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07307

You can get lost in this shop in the Heights by checking out their unique items! Sure Things is a concept shop that sells vintage & found objects for the home, used books, furniture, and other collected goods. They specialize in “fintage’ items, found and vintage objects and used books. They often hold pop-ups during the summer, so check out their Instagram to stay updated! 




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The Salvation Army Thrift Store & Donation Center- 242 Martin Luther King Dr (Bergen-Lafayette)

Sharing is Caring is a long-standing motto that describes the partnership between The Salvation Army and the community. When you donate clothing or items to The Salvation Army, those items are sold at their Thrift Stores. The proceeds are used to fund Adult Rehabilitation Centers, where those struggling with drugs and alcohol find help, hope, and a second chance at life. So stop by your local Salvation Army Thrift store and support the community today!


Xtina’s Variety and Vintage – 77 Cornelison Ave

Christina Moore curates sustainable fashion events called “swaps” with curated and seasonal themes for a fun and unique lifestyle. She is an advocate for shopping for second-hand clothing and encourages sustainable shopping. Check out her Instagram for the next swap event and where to attend pop-ups. 


What’s your favorite place to go thrift & vintage shopping? If it’s not listed here, share it with us! 

Arati Patel
Author: Arati Patel

Arati is a professional immersed in the environmental and animal welfare field. In her free time, she enjoys walking and spending time with shelter dogs, exploring the outdoors, and always ready to find a new coffee shop. A born and raised Jersey City local, she considers herself a life-long learner who is ready to write and craft inspiring stories to share with everyone!