Chased from Williamsburg by a rising rent (only to be replaced by VICE), vintage shop Beacon’s Closet relocated their flagship store to Greenpoint. What they didn’t tell anyone was that they’ve also been working on another location in Bushwick, at 23 Bogart Street. “Greenpoint is the flagship store, this one is an adorable store,” founder Carrie Peterson told us.

“It’s kind of how we roll,” owner Cindy Wheeler said of the quiet launch. “We’ve never made a big deal about openings, even at the Manhattan store.” She also credits inevitable opening-day setbacks as a reason to wait on the big announcement. Probably a wise decision — at the Bushwick location, the clothing racks, which were supposed to arrive last Friday, only came yesterday and the front entrance is still “kind of dangerous” with workmen replacing bricks and installing a security gate.

“We kid this is our unplanned pregnancy,” Wheeler said. "We moved the Williamsburg store to Greenpoint and the construction was taking so long that we were like, 'Hmm,' smaller stores are faster and easier to open." The Bogart Street location is only 2,500 square feet.

The surrounding neighborhood already hosts L Train Vintage, Mary Meyer Friends and Fox & Fawn, making the Morgan L stop your new go-to for second-hand shopping in Brooklyn. Prices at Beacon’s start affordably low at about $10, with more expensive bags and clothing (both men's and women's) hovering around $100.

The Bogart Street Beacon’s Closet will open tonight around 5 p.m. (expect a little crowd, as a group of excited shoppers already showed up yesterday, only to be turned away). By the time it’s fully up and running, hours will be 12 p.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. on weekends. Longtime Beacon’s partner Lily Ciccarone will be heading the operation as manager.

“This is the fourth and the last store. This is it, man. I’m exhausted,” Wheeler told us.