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Corner of Ninth Avenue and Little West 12th Street, looking north, with 2 Ninth Avenue on the right and 29-75 Ninth Avenue on the left (l. to r.). The Ninth Avenue El being demolished and the National Biscuit Company building are visible on the left, c. 1940

This image shows the Ninth Avenue El, NYC’s first elevated train line, being dismantled c. 1940. For more information on the application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission associated with this…

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109 Third Avenue

Learn more about 109 Third Avenue through our East Village Building Blocks. 109 Third Avenue via Google Streetview….

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14th Street and Ninth Avenue Meatmarket, (2000)

Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for the Gansevoort Market Historic District, including all the buildings seen on the west side of 9th Avenue and 14th Street, in 2003,…

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44-54 Ninth Avenue, 341-45 West 14th Street

Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for the Gansevoort Market Historic District, including these iconic buildings on the NE corner of 9th Avenue and 14th Street, in 2003, and…

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143-145 Avenue D, window detail

These buildings were originally constructed ca. 1827. More info: https://buildingblocks.villagepreservation.org/building/143-5-avenue-d/…

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143-145 Avenue D, windows

These buildings were originally constructed ca. 1827. More info: https://buildingblocks.villagepreservation.org/building/143-5-avenue-d/…

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9-19 Ninth Avenue

This building on the corner of Little West 12th Street was constructed in the 1880s for William Astor & John Jacob Astor IV. Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation…

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