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The Limelight Shops bring together some of New York's most beloved names in fashion, design, art, food and beauty in an exciting and glamorous urban shopping experience—with a retail landscape dominated by small boutiques and specialty merchants. The marketplace is housed in a historic landmark—a 19th-century church-turned-iconic nightclub of the 1980s and '90s. Black and white tiled floors and unique shop facades beneath vaulted cathedral ceilings and stained-glass windows lend an elegantly European vibe to the Limelight Shops, though with more than 50 vendors including the likes of Mariebelle Chocolates, Brocade Home, J. Sisters, Soapology and Grimaldi's—not to mention an epicurean grocer operated by Jezalin's and a year-round, outdoors farmers' market—this diverse, three-story marketplace is a distinctively New York shopping destination.