Redeux is a vintage and handmade marketplace in the heart of York City’s newest neighborhood, Royal Square. Taking up shop in the former York Furniture & Appliance building at 113 S. Duke Street, Redeux is a unique example of York’s retail renaissance. With 10 different vendors selling home decor, furniture, clothing, jewelry, art and vinyl under one roof, it’s where you go for that one-of-a-kind, can’t-find-anywhere-else item.

Created for the shopper looking for a little bit of style and personality, Redeux offers a carefully curated arts retail experience. Rather than traveling to 10 different stores to outfit your home and self, visit the area’s only one-stop-shop for the antique, the handcrafted, the salvaged, the unexpected, the uncommon.

With Redeux, owner Alexandra Dwyer applies her vision of curated experience with home decor, furnishings and apparel. It’s art gallery meets retail and it’s perfectly suited to your taste and your home.


About the Owner

Alexandra Dwyer has been facilitating the personal expression of creativity and the performing arts since high school. Those early experiences booking bands led to a stint in artist development and promotion at some of the biggest labels in the industry: EMI, Capitol Records, Blue Note Records, Virgin Records and Universal Motown. In 2011, she founded The Parliament, a collaborative gallery and entertainment venue in the heart of Royal Square. Her work at The Parliament has helped springboard the careers of a new generation of creatives. With Redeux, Alexandra is revitalizing neighborhoods and spurring business growth through the arts.