When One Door Closes: Greenable closes NoLibs spot, opens three more

image via artintheage.comGreenable, the green building and design center, and go to spot for lovely non-toxic paints, sustainable flooring, reclaimed furniture and much, much more is packing up their NoLibs location and re-locating…three times. The center will open new locations in Ardmore, Kennett Square, and Rittenhouse Square this fall.

While we’re sad to see them leave their North Philly spot (first Almanac Market, now this!) we’re excited that the green building experts will be spreading their sustainable design expertise throughout the region. Surely, this move is a win for those in Ardmore and Kennett Square who were formerly not fortunate enough to have a neighborhood design center specializing in goods that are not only beautiful, but environmentally friendly as well.

This big move also means something else…WAREHOUSE SALE! Head to Greenable ASAP and load up on:

  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Metal Shelving/Carts
  • Antique/Reclaimed Doors
  • Cork Planks and Tile (USFloors Ladrillo)
  • Bamboo Flooring (1 box strand natural, 1 box vertical amber)
  • Cherry Ply Prefin 1/4" - 7 sheets
  • Bamboo Ply - half sheet
  • Slate top - raw 16" x 51"
  • Paperstone
  • 125K BTU Infrared Gas Heater
  • Artwork and paintings by David Giles Wing
  • Reclaimed Furniture

Plus, 25 percent off all in stock, off-the-shelf products like paint, poly, coatings, cleaners, and more!

See ya ‘round town Greenable. Now Almanac, when are you re-opening?

New spots:

41 Rittenhouse Place
Opening September 9th
Kennett Square
116 South Union St.
Opening Fall '11
2200 Walnut St.
Opening Fall '11