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May 3, 2019

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Thanks Richard! I never heard of this connection and I'm glad you dug it up. 200 Fifth was such a beautiful home for the industry.

Man the old toy building was gold, Pure Gold Thanks for this!!!
be forever
Gregory

As a 42+ year veteran of the Toy Industry, I truly miss the 200 5th & 1107 buildings

Hi Richard, I have fond memories of the Toy Building, I was in Eataly recently and realized I was having lunch in the old Ertl showroom.

I don't miss the stairwells or waiting for elevators during Toy Fair - i did like the proximity of the Subway - especially during some of the Blizzard years where you could not get a cab but could take the Subway from Uptown and get to the building!

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