By  on December 12, 2013

NEW YORK — On a cold Monday morning in Bushwick, Brooklyn, a handful of seamstresses bent over their machines in a small, tidy apparel factory sewing up a run of jeans. In an adjacent office, the facility’s owners, Raul Arevalo and Bradley Schmidt, ate pizza for lunch delivered from nearby Roberta’s, the local culinary gem in the fast-gentrifying neighborhood.

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