Skyway flea market to move from St. Paul to St. Louis Park mall

The year-round Robert's on the Skyway flea market, which sold everything from reversible belts to furniture in the St. Paul skyway of the Alliance Bank Center, is relocating to the Knollwood Mall in St. Louis Park. The flea market has been in its current location for the past four years.
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The year-round Robert's on the Skyway flea market, which sold everything from reversible belts to furniture in the St. Paul skyway of the Alliance Bank Center, is relocating to the Knollwood Mall in St. Louis Park. The flea market has been in its current location for the past four years.

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