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If there is any place in SoHo that could be called a town square or a community center, it would be the Housing Works Bookstore Café at 126 Crosby Street (also known as the rear address of 594 Broadway).
Featured countless times in tourism and commercial photography and famously in the opening credits of the hit television show NYPD Blue, the DKNY billboard, one of the first to dot the outskirts of SoHo, became a quasi-New York City landmark.
Everyone who lives or works on the Broadway corridor knows where the Nike SoHo store is located. How could you miss it? But what about the Dancers’ Building? Where is that? Tucked away inside of 537-541 Broadway, the Dancers’ Building has been the home (and many continues today) to be the home of a number […]
The Prada Store, located at 575 Broadway at the corner of Prince Street, made a huge splash in the New York fashion and architecture worlds when it first opened in 2001.
SoHo Broadway Neighborhood
It all started with a skirt, hoop skirt to be exact.
Long before P.T. (Phineas Taylor) Barnum (1810 – 1891) founded his famous three-ring circus, he opened an “instructive entertainment” venue called Barnum’s American Museum in 1842 on Broadway at Ann Street.
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…
462 Broadway has a long history on Broadway dating back to the early-19th century.
What do P.T. Barnum, Boss Tweed, and Foursquare have in common?
There was once a time when SoHo was threatened with becoming a victim of the City’s ambitious urban renewal efforts.
Have you ever noticed the beautiful, intricate design carved into the sidewalk at the northwest corner of Broadway at Prince Street in front of the Prada store, one of the most heavily trafficked corners in New York City?
The corner of Broadway and Houston Street, where two of New York’s major thoroughfares intersect, has gone through many changes since it was first settled in the early 1800’s.
The Roosevelt Building, located at 478 Broadway (between Broome and Grand), was built in 1874 and designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt. It is said to be one of the most significant cast iron buildings in the world.
Believe it or not, Canal Street was not only once an actual canal, but it was also the northernmost border of New York City.