Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

The typewriter store on Hudson street

Stephanie

Stuart Matz snapped this at the typewriter store on Hudson street in the West Village, NYC. A bit of sleuthing uncovered AFAX Business Machines to be the store in question at 181 Hudson Street, Suite 2A New York, NY 10013.

I haven’t really spent a lot of time in NYC despite it being only a 90 minute bus ride away, and as I am somewhat enamored of all the mom & pop specialty stores that exist there, I should make the ride more often.

Do you have a favorite little specialty shop in NYC? Or in your hometown? I’d like to hear about it.

Image courtesy of Stuart Matz – follow stumatz on Instagram.

4 thoughts on “The typewriter store on Hudson street

  1. I would say my two favorite stationery stores in my area are Noteworthy, in Thorne’s Marketplace, Northampton, MA and A.J. Hastings, in downtown Amherst, MA. They both carry Rhodia products, many different kinds of stationery and they are my shopping addictions. Noteworthy has more in the way of notecards and whatnot, but I can always pick up a Rhodia pad and pencil there. A.J. Hastings caters to the college community, and has all sorts of notebooks, paper, and supplies. I <3 both of them.

  2. I would say my two favorite stationery stores in my area are Noteworthy, in Thorne’s Marketplace, Northampton, MA and A.J. Hastings, in downtown Amherst, MA. They both carry Rhodia products, many different kinds of stationery and they are my shopping addictions. Noteworthy has more in the way of notecards and whatnot, but I can always pick up a Rhodia pad and pencil there. A.J. Hastings caters to the college community, and has all sorts of notebooks, paper, and supplies. I <3 both of them.

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