Exhibition Opening – Transatlantic Bridges: Corrado Cagli, 1938-1948 at CENTER FOR ITALIAN MODERN ART NYC
SoHo Broadway History: Workers’ struggle documented at 427-429 Broadway
SoHo Broadway History: 542-544 Broadway’s “caryatid-ian” eyes on the street
SoHo Broadway History: Looking back on the stylistic origins of SoHo’s iconic architecture
ny-layered past lies behind the cast-iron facade of this SoHo building
This month, the Initiative looks back on the many lives lived and showcased in 485 Broadway, at one time deemed a ‘temple of Thespis’ by the New York Herald.
SoHo Broadway Community: The history of a park in a neighborhood with limited usable public space
SoHo Broadway History: Local building played starring role in reality television
SoHo Broadway History: How a Yellow Fever outbreak changed Manhattan’s landscape
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.