SoHo Broadway History: Surveying Sharon Zukin’s Loft Living, 38 years later
SoHo Broadway History: Hell’s Hundred Acres
SoHo Broadway History: shady dealings and crimes at district landmark
SoHo Broadway History: Empty streets for the first time in decades
SoHo Broadway History: How a Yellow Fever outbreak changed Manhattan’s landscape
A look back at Art Nouveau 495 Broadway
A look beyond the boundary of the original designated SoHo Cast Iron Historic District
This month we take a look at one of SoHo Broadway’s smaller buildings, but with a unique charm all its own.
One of the most visually stunning buildings along SoHo Broadway, the Silk Exchange Building at 487 Broadway was built in 1894.
The 12-story Little Singer Building at 561 Broadway is not really that little
A look back at the 433 Broadway, once home to a unique park and hexagonal bank.
Learn more about John Jacob Astor’s Haughwout Building.
In any discussion about SoHo preservation, the name Jane Jacobs usually comes up almost immediately. But there is another, lesser-known yet hugely influential figure in the saga of saving SoHo and preserving its architectural heritage: Margot Gayle.
Dean & Deluca, the high-end food purveyor at the corner of Broadway and Prince Street, opened in 1973 as The Cheese Store at 120 Prince Street (between Greene and Wooster). In 1977, Giorgio DeLuca…
Siamese connections. You see them every day, but what are they exactly? Those pipes in front of buildings painted red, green, and yellow? Like fire hydrants, they are used by FDNY to fight fires. Why “Siamese”? They are called such because of their visual similarity to Siamese twins in that they encompass two pipe openings […]