Omaha retailer Hutch plans move, expansion

OMAHA, Neb. – Hutch, a retail store offering vintage furniture in Omaha, plans to reopen in February in a larger space.

The store plans to move to a 4,300-square-foot space at 33rd Farnam streets. It is an upgrade from its current space in Midtown Crossing. A sale helped clear existing inventory to prepare for the move and reopening.

The new space will have interior features including areas that mimic a dining room, living room and bedroom.

The owners state the store started with the initial purchase of a hutch, and then grew from there. The store will stock a variety of mid-century and modern furniture and accessories. It also donates a proceed of sales to local nonprofits.

Source: Omaha World-Herald
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