Tag Archives: 14th St

14th St: D/F (9th to 11th Aves)

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9th to 11th Avenue plays host to what is now only nominally known as the Meatpacking District.  Up until the late ‘90s, this area packed in meat of two different kinds.  For almost a century, it contained the city’s largest … Continue reading

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14th St: Our Lady of Chelsea (6th to 9th Aves)

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14th Street between 6th and 9th Avenues sits squarely in Chelsea, one of the most eclectic, beguiling and bi-curious neighborhoods in Manhattan.  Architecturally, one sees a transition from the macho, Type-A glass, steel and cast-iron of contemporary Big Capital, to … Continue reading

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14th St: Big Capital (3rd to 6th Aves)

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Between 3rd and 6th Avenues, another kind of American landscape prevails – one that is infinitely more dramatic and that belies the big forces that have shaped the very identity of the Nation. At the very centre of these three … Continue reading

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14th St: The Theater of the Everyday (1st to 3rd Aves)

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The boundary between Alphabet City and the rest of Manhattan is strikingly obvious. Suddenly the streets and sidewalks become thronged with cars, cyclists and people – commuters rallying to start a new work day. Between 1st and 3rd Avenues, there … Continue reading

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14th St: Border Politics (Avenue C to 1st)

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North of 14th Street sits one of the most iconic and architecturally imposing private housing projects in New York City – Stuyvesant Town. Named after Peter Stuyvesant, the last Director-General of the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam, the complex opened … Continue reading

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14th St: Colours of the Alphabet (Avenue C to 1st)

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The walk through the far eastern end of 14th street is divided into two parts, as a reflection of the stark difference in incomes and urban landscapes immediately north and south of the street. In this first part, I explore … Continue reading

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