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Image Tag: Meatpacking District

440 West 15th Street

This 1893 structure was built by William Waldorf Astor to house a fleet of electric cars for the Nabisco Factory and headquarters across the street (now Chelsea Market). Village Preservation … Continued

    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 … Continued

      400-414 West 14th Street at Ninth Avenue

      Village Preservation proposed and secured landmark designation for these late 19th and early 20th century Meatpacking and industrial buildings as part of the Gansevoort Market Historic District in 2003, and got the … Continued

        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, and … Continued

          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 got … Continued

            52-58 Gansevoort Street, 1933

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              52-58 Gansevoort St, 1938

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                33 9th Avenue, 1940s Tax Photo

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                  Gansevoort Market Neighborhood

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                    2 Ninth Avenue, c. 1941

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