Tribeca: 1960's Reade and West Streets

"The Washington Street Urban Renewal Project brought down twenty-four and a half blocks of mostly 19th century buildings on the weast side of Lower Manhattan. Many of the buildings had been in continuous commercial use since before the Civil War as part of the Washington Street produce market. The market, located in the area since the War of 1812, was moved one day to new quarters in Hunt's Point, the Bronx. The silence left in the streets was startling. As one wanderer put it, everyone left one night, even the dogs and the rats."-Danny Lyon, "The Destruction of Lower Manhattan"


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