The Real Deal New York

Keyed up

A quirky typewriter repair shop offers hints of a New York City of yesteryear

March 28, 2015 09:20AM
By Lucia De Stefani

Paul Schweitzer at work in the shop

Paul Schweitzer at work in the shop

From Luxury Listings NYC: Tucked away in an unassuming building in the heart of the Flatiron District, signs of an almost forgotten New York can still be found amidst a gentrifying neighborhood. After climbing four flights of steep stairs at 174 Fifth Avenue, passing a Russian bookstore and an old-fashioned tailor shop, a large sign reads: “Gramercy Typewriter Company, est. 1932.” [more]

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