Bed, Bath & Beyond Spinoff Opens at Base of Hotel

Harmon Health & Beauty, part of the Bed, Bath & Beyond chain, has opened on the ground floor of the Hotel Belleclaire on Broadway and 77th Street.

Harmon sells cosmetics and health and beauty products — the product list makes it sound like a drug store without the pharmacy. There’s a store called Face Values & Beyond on 90th and Broadway that’s also part of the Bed, Bath chain.

Originally this was expected to be a buybuy Baby store selling items for children and babies.

Thanks to Harriet for the tip.

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    1. Paul says:

      Face Values at 90th Street has been stellar throughout the pandemic. While it has sporadic inventory everyone does. But it holds the line on pricing; no gouging, no increases on prices that are routinely more reasonable than the chain drugstores a few blocks away.

      And, you might note that the new location is in a hotel now used for homeless housing. Maybe it’s not as dangerous as some would say?

    2. Linda says:

      I shop often and receive frequent coupons from the Harmon Face Values store at 90th. It has lots of items for babies and young children,such as soft food pouches, snack bars,lotions and shampoo, but unfortunately the coupons don’t apply to baby and possibly children’s items.

      • Robby says:

        It’s a very nice store – but FYI if you belong to the Bed Bath and Beyond rewards program – the new location at the Belclaire does not honor this (90th Street does)

        I still miss Westside Market

    3. Jill says:

      And the do over at our BBB is looking good.
      So happy we have them in the neighborhood!

    4. Westender says:

      Harmon has been around for a long time. Bed Bath & Beyond bought the chain in 2002. At some Bed Bath & Beyod stores the health-and-beauty section actually has a Harmon logo hanging over it.

      The question now is what happens to Face Values & Beyond, which sits somewhere between a freestanding Harmon store and a full-fledged Bed Bath. Maybe the concept failed? (The one on 90th was the first location.) Will they keep Face Values open with Harmon just a few blocks away?

    5. LadyBug says:

      Yay! We need a reasonably priced toiletries store!!!

    6. Mark P says:

      That is great news. Face Values is a great store, wide selection with low prices and great policies, but it’s just far enough away that I still go to Duane Reade more than I’d like. Will definitely be visiting the new store!

    7. Audrey says:

      The discount you receive for being a member of Bed Bath & Beyond is also available at the Face Value Store. However, this is not available at the Harmon store. I just learned this the hard way. I walked to Bed Bath & Beyond on 66th street and got what I needed at twenty percent less.