“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.
Today's guest post by Benjamin Feldman traces the history of 450 Broadway. As one of the only remaining unrenovated buildings in the neighborhood, this dilapidated structure harkens back to SoHo's previous incarnation as a manufacturing district.
Before SoHo Was SoHo
Aug 24 2013
The SoHo Memory Project celebrates the history of SoHo as a New York City neighborhood.