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The Story Behind New York City’s New Egg House: 40.722191, -73.992415
The 1897 Rawitser Building - 380-384 Canal Street: 40.721053, -74.004796
How Do You Change the Light Bulbs in Carnegie Hall?: 40.765126, -73.979924
Building the Brooklyn Bridge, in Graphic Detail: 40.706086, -73.996864
The Maraschino Mogul’s Secret Life: 40.678135, -74.015848
Proposal to create Central Harlem historic district gains momentum: 40.812754, -73.945541
NYC’s Oldest Brick Townhouse is in Chinatown: 40.714620, -73.997442
A Highly Historic, Incredibly Tasty Food Tour of Manhattan’s Chinatown: On Leong Tong Building: 40.716695, -73.998083
Soon to Go: McMahon\'s Oyster House 499 3rd Avenue: 40.745339, -73.978021
In New York City, following in David Bowie’s footsteps: Washington Square Park: 40.730950, -73.997662
In New York City, following in David Bowie’s footsteps: His Home: 40.724217, -73.995773
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NYC’s Oldest Brick Townhouse is in Chinatown

Over the years, it’s been repurposed several times, but it harbors a notorious history that involves a diverse mix of tenants. (Untapped Cities, 4/17/18, Photo: Google)


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18 Bowery, New York, NY, USA
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A Highly Historic, Incredibly Tasty Food Tour of Manhattan’s Chinatown: On Leong Tong Building
It’s named after the gang that fought in the Tong Wars — the one mentioned above that was active on Doyers — and its pagoda roof, broad balconies, and red pillars are representative of a style of architecture known as Chinese Modern, promulgated by Poy Gum Lee. (Eater, 4/16/18)
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83 Mott St, NY, New York 10013, USA
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distance: 0.6 miles
The 1897 Rawitser Building - 380-384 Canal Street

In 1990 the space became Tsubaki House, a jazz-oriented cabaret. Today the entire ground floor is vacant, a condition that could cause locals and preservationists trepidation. (Daytonian in Manhattan, 4/12/18, Photo: Google)
380 Canal Street, New York, NY, USA
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distance: 0.7 miles
Building the Brooklyn Bridge, in Graphic Detail
The comic book writer Peter J. Tomasi’s passion has resulted in the graphic novel, “The Bridge: How the Roeblings Connected Brooklyn to New York.” (New York Times, 4/15/18)
Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY, USA
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In New York City, following in David Bowie’s footsteps: His Home
Fortified with caffeine, I turned my steps toward the perpetually traffic-clogged block he lived on, taking a few moments to stand in front of the building and crane my neck for a glimpse of his rooftop home. (Washington Post, 4/20/18)
285 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, USA
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The Story Behind New York City’s New Egg House
Occupying a 3,300 square-foot, two-story space, the installation is all about eggs. (Atlas Obscura, 4/11/18)
195 Chrystie St, NY, New York 10002, USA
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distance: 1.3 miles
In New York City, following in David Bowie’s footsteps: Washington Square Park
Bowie referred to the park as “the emotional history of New York in a quick walk.” (Washington Post, 4/20/18)
Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
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distance: 2.4 miles
The Maraschino Mogul’s Secret Life
First the red bees arrived; then the Brooklyn cherry factory’s dark secret came to light. (New Yorker, 4/23/18)
175-177 Dikeman St, Brooklyn, NY, 11231, USA
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