Downtown York's Redeux vintage is moving on

Redeux Vintage & Handmade Marketplace is shown in York City, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019. Dawn J. Sagert photo

A York native who opened a vintage clothing and furniture store in York City's growing Royal Square District will soon be taking her talents to Lancaster.

Redeux York, at 113 S. Duke St., is closing its doors permanently Sunday, Sept. 29, after five years on the downtown landscape, according to the store's Facebook page.

"We're truly closing to focus on our Lancaster store, and following our careers into a larger market," reads a Tuesday, Sept. 17, Facebook post.  

Alexandra DeVoe — a founding member of the Parliament arts collective — opened the "vintage and handmade marketplace" in June 2014.

In spring of 2018, DeVoe and her husband opened a smaller second location above Prince Street Cafe, at 17 N. Prince St., in downtown Lancaster.

York College freshmen and Graham Scholars Jordan Manion of Springfield, Virginia, left, and Kasey Drzewiecki of Baltimore County, Maryland, look at items in Redeux while taking a tour of downtown York with classmates Thursday, August 25, 2016. Students in the Graham Innovation Scholar program and the Eisenhart Community Scholars from the college participated in the tour. Bill Kalina photo

"The DeVoe’s have found their calling, and this has quickly turned into their vintage flagship," reads their Redeux Vintage, Lancaster Facebook page.

To clear out its York inventory, the store will have an extensive clearance sale on its final weekend, and the store's York Facebook page is slated to become an online store.