As trendy barbershops and men’s salons have cropped up in New York City in the past several years, one firm, called Reamir & Co., has quietly built an infrastructure of numerous unassuming barbershops that mix old world style and modern motifs.
Reamir, which was founded by Uzbekistan native Arthur Rubinoff, 34, with the opening of a barbershop on Columbus Avenue on the Upper West Side in 1999, has seven locations in the city, including two in Queens, and plans to open two more in Manhattan by spring.
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