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Feeling For … Martin Greenfield

Two weeks ago, I took some time to make a trip to Brooklyn to visit a tailoring company run by a man named Martin Greenfield. It was a hike, I got lost, but I finally found the brick factory in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

BY BRUCE PASK APRIL 27, 2009 2:47 PM

Photographer: Chester Higgins Jr./The New York Times


The Southampton Press

Holocaust survivor celebrates a belated bar mitzvah

Martin Greenfield cannot turn back the hands of time. The Remsenburg resident cannot flip the calendar back 67 years, return to his home country of Czechoslovakia, or prevent World War II or the Holocaust.

By Jessica DiNapoli

Photographer: Martin Greenfield


New York Times

Men's Style; Thinker, Tailor

HOUSED AT THE rear of Martin Greenfield's Brooklyn clothing plant is an informal archive, a sturdy steel rack that holds the tailor's interpretations of men's wear's past glories. There, sleeve by sleeve with a fancy top-stitched Western sport coat and a denim leisure suit hangs an old Eisenhower jacket.

BY RUTH LA FERLA | May 19, 1991

Photographer: N/A


The Factory

239 Varet Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206

 (718) 497-5480

Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm
Saturday, 11am - 5pm

Via Subway:
Take the L to Morgan Avenue Stop. Please be sure to walk up the "Bogart St." stairs. Once you reach the sidewalk, go to the right along Bogart Street. Cross Moore Street and then turn right onto Varet Street. Proceed to #239 on the right.

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