Bruno Munari: The Child Within Exhibition at CIMA
SoHo Broadway Community: New interactive walking tour covering the history of SoHo’s cast-iron buildings available now
A look back at the 433 Broadway, once home to a unique park and hexagonal bank.
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.
SoHo Broadway Community Did you ever wonder where your building was made? Your clothing, linens, appliances, and books are all labeled with their place of origin. And so are your buildings, if they have cast iron façades. Cast iron foundry stamps that indicate what company manufactured the components that make up a building façade can […]
There are approximately 250 cast iron buildings in New York City, most of them in SoHo and mostly built from the mid-1800’s through the late 1800’s.