Tribeca: 1960's Park Place & Washington Street-2

When the fruit and produce wholesalers moved to the Hunts PointTerminal Market in the Bronx., the area that they had occupied in Manhattan (Washington Market) became Tribeca. This photo was taken at the intersection of Park Place and Washington Street. This intersection no longer exists; Washington Street now stops at the World Trade Center site.and then resumes again at Hubert Street and Park Place stops at Greenwich Street. This photo shows George's Food Shop with ads for Kent cigarettes. To the left of George's, on Washington Street, is Thomas Zarras nuts and F, D, Croce & Co. In the background is the World-Tellegraph building.


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