New York Times is talking about Garber’s

“New Quarters in the Village for 12 decades of Hardware”


The familiar industrial orange and black sign for Garber’s Hardware in Greenwich Village looks like something out of a noir film or the label on an old oil burner. Opened in 1884 by Joseph Garber, a Russian Jewish immigrant, the store is still at Eighth Avenue between Jane and Horatio Streets, making it perhaps the city’s oldest continuously owned family business at one location.

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