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Columbia university

"The Uptown Artisanal Pop-Up is a win-win opportunity, bringing the offerings of these unique, local vendors to the Morningside Heights community,” said Shari Colburn, Vice President of Real Estate. “Columbia is proud to support these Northern Manhattan businesses, and we hope the venture is successful so we can continue to bring innovative retail experiences to the community.”

Uptown Artisanal in AM New York

West side rag

The former home of Liberty House, a clothing, jewelry, and gift shop at 112th and Broadway that closed in 2017 after 49 years, will once again brim with activity for two weekends at least..



Whether your looking for hot pepper sauces, eco-friendly beauty products or handbags with hashtags on them, a pop-up market in Harlem has it all.


"Two dozen local businesses are teaming up with Columbia University to bring an artisanal pop-up to Morningside Heights, including Ahmesa to the Table, Blackbird Dillinger, Blondie's Divine Desserts, Hashbags, Lilybranch, The Little Hot Dog Wagon, Soak Bathing Rituals, Sweet Vegan, Yummble Bees and more.”