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761 Greenwich Street

This image shows the home of architect Linda Yowell in 1979 prior to restoration. The brownstone trim was spalled away. The stoop had been removed and the doorway entablature was … Continued

    Gay Street

    For more history on and images of Gay Street, click here.

      75, 75 1/2 Bedford Street (l. to r.)

      75 1/2 Bedford Street dates to 1873 and is the narrowest house in Greenwich Village. For more information on 75 1/2 Bedford Street click here.

        77 Bedford Street

        77 Bedford Street was built in 1799. It is known as the Isaacs-Hendricks House and is the oldest house in Greenwich Village.

          77 Bedford Street Door

          77 Bedford Street was built in 1799. It is known as the Isaacs-Hendricks House and is the oldest house in Greenwich Village.

            Block of 551-567 Hudson Street (l. to r.)

            This block includes both the White Horse Tavern and the former home of Jane Jacobs, 555 Hudson Street, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here … Continued

              555-557 Hudson Street (l. to r.)

              555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                555 Hudson Street Door Detail

                555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                  555 Hudson Street Open Door Detail

                  555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                    555 Hudson Street Tootsie’s Storefront

                    555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                      555 Hudson Street From Interior

                      555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                        555 Hudson Street (3)

                        555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                          555 Hudson Street Facade Detail

                          555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                            555 Hudson Street (2)

                            555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                              Tootsie’s Step Detail, 555 Hudson Street

                              555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                                Tootsie’s, 555 Hudson Street

                                555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                                  555 Hudson Street

                                  555 Hudson Street is the former home of Jane Jacobs, where in 2020 Village Preservation placed a plaque honoring her time here (watch the video of the unveiling here).

                                    233-37, 239 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                                    Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

                                      233-37 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                                      Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued

                                        233-37 Bleecker Street (r. to l.)

                                        Village Preservation fought for and secured landmark designation of all these buildings in 2010. The organization was particularly concerned about the fate of 233-37 Bleecker Street, which in the early … Continued