Another year gone with the wind. Can you believe that we have been preserving SoHo memories for six years, since January 1, 2011? They have flown by so quickly, and we have accomplished much, but there is still more to do! Before embarking on year seven of The SoHo Memory Project, I would like to take a moment to reflect on highlights from this past year.
“Greene Street Project: A Long History of a Short Block,” is an interactive timeline covering 400 years that charts the economic evolution of one NYC block, Greene Street between Houston and Prince, that reflects the broader evolution of the entire SoHo area from rural farmland to high-end retail hub, thus placing current day SoHo in the context of New York City’s history.
The SoHo Alliance has been working for decades to preserve SoHo’s quality of life by actively monitoring proposed development and opposing developers who attempt to overreach the boundaries of regulatory laws.
Everyday Life in SoHo
Jul 01 2014
The SoHo Memory Project celebrates the history of SoHo as a New York City neighborhood.