SoMa Retail Partners Plan Move & Expansion

Popular SoMa vintage clothing retail partners, The Midtown Dandy & Stash Vintage have announced plans to relocate from their current space at 11 South 3rd Street, down the block to 25 South 3rd.
This move will significantly increase their floor space and allow owners/partners Andrew Kintzi and Anela Selkowitz to increase the goods they currently offer.
In addition to the vintage clothing and household goods for which they are well known, the new venture, called “Found Collab”, will continue to promote reuse and discovery by bringing together curators, artists, and small-batch makers nationwide. Offerings will include more great vintage clothing and housewares as well as greeting cards, unique gifts and hand-mades, Harrisburg-specific items, local coffee and teas, body care and art-related, one-of-a-kind items as well as up-cycled and hand-dyed clothing.
We are very much looking forward to this new venture and the challenges and opportunities a bigger space will allow us. Our goal is to create a destination to help improve Harrisburg and our community, not just to sell vintage clothes. We will support other creatives, provide a comfortable, humble, and novel atmosphere for people to spend some time and find something they love, as well as host art shows, a music night or offer a workshop, all under the same roof,” said Kintzi and Selkowitz.
The SoMa neighborhood has been revitalized and has become a downtown destination, with a host of activities happening throughout the year,” said Brad Jones, President and CEO of Harristown Enterprises, Inc. “We are so pleased that Midtown Dandy and Stash Vintage are expanding, creating an even greater draw to South Third Street.
Harristown has invested over $20 million in the SoMa district over the past 20 years, which now includes Boneshire Taps @ SoMa, El Sol Mexican Restaurant, Veterans Multi-Service Outreach offices, the Harrisburg Soniqs “LAN Gaming Center,” the Narҫisse Theatre Company, and over 160 renovated apartments. In addition, the UPMC Health Sciences Tower at Harrisburg University’s $100 Million 11-story project is close to completion and getting ready for occupancy.