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Antiquing in the Tri-Cities

apartments for rent in Kitchener, local hotspots, shopping, decorating, Kitchener Apartments, Apartments Kitchener, Apartments for Rent in Kitchener, Kitchener apartment rentals, Apartments in Kitchener, Apartment rentals in Kitchener, Kitchener Apartments for RentIncorporating antiques into your apartment’s décor is a great way to add a unique touch of history. Whether its furniture, china and glassware, rare books, photographs or paintings, you’re sure to find antiques you would be proud to display in your Kitchener apartment. If you’re looking to decorate, skip the mass-produced home accents and choose charming, historically rich pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. To help Newport Towers Apartments residents participate in antiquing and find that hidden gem, our preferred property management company, Williams and McDaniel, has put together some antique shops worth visiting.


Another’s Treasure Chest

With over 1,000 items including furniture, records, housewares, baby items, silent auction items and arts, Another’s Treasure Chest is a great place to start antiquing. The store also boasts a large collection of new and used items such as clothing, comic books and collectible sports cards. Located in the heart of Kitchener at 289 Victoria Street North, this antique store is a nine-minute drive from the Newport Towers Apartments.


St Jacobs Antiques Market

St Jacobs Antiques Market has been voted #1 antique market in the Waterloo Region for four years straight and offers its visitors a 20,000-square foot market to explore. There are over 110 vendors who sell everything from art, china, furniture, jewellery and other inventory. Open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. you’ll have the whole weekend to explore. Located in the heart of Mennonite country right beside St Jacobs Farmers’ Market at 805 King Street North, St Jacobs is a 14-minute drive from the apartments.


Green Spot Antiques

With over 5,000-square feet of continuously changing inventory, you’re guaranteed to find something new every week at Green Spot Antiques. From small collectables, film, furniture, photos, books, fine china and glass, Green Spot is a great spot to visit whether you’re looking to buy or sell. The store also has a large selection of retro furniture, movie posters and collectables, lamps and old hardware for you to peruse. Drop by Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to find décor items that are perfect for your apartment. Located at 49 Cedar Street, Green Spot is an eight-minute drive from the Kitchener Apartments.


Rumners Wobble Antiques, Gifts, Home Décor

If you’re looking for a diverse selection of vintage and modern items, look no further than Rumners Wobble Antiques. The 1,200-square foot store features home décor, prints, mirrors, purses, jewellery, furniture, lighting and one-of-a-kind gifts for every occasion. Located in the heart of Old Westmount at 720 Belmont Avenue, the store is an eleven-minute drive from the 550 Strasburg Apartments.


Get antiquing in the tri-cities by visiting one or all of these establishments. Located at 550 Strasburg Road, Williams and McDaniel’s Newport Towers Apartments are a fantastic option for those who are currently looking to rent in the city of Kitchener.