The History of Tribeca Buildings

seeking-new-york-by-tom-millerTom Miller, who writes about the history of Manhattan buildings at Daytonian in Manhattan, has allowed Tribeca Citizen to create a database of his Tribeca posts. If you enjoy these, and you will, then you should definitely check out his website, which also has write-ups about buildings all over the island. And don’t miss his book, Seeking New York: The Stories Behind the Historic Architecture of Manhattan—One Building at a Time.

BROADWAY
••• 305 Broadway
••• 311 Broadway
••• 325-333 Broadway
••• 361 Broadway
••• 366 Broadway
••• 370 Broadway
••• 407-409 Broadway
••• 415 Broadway

CANAL STREET
••• 508 Canal

CHAMBERS STREET
••• 97 Chambers
••• 113 Chambers
••• 121 Chambers
••• 122 Chambers

DUANE STREET
••• 161 Duane
••• 168 Duane
••• 172 Duane

ERICSSON PLACE
••• 16 Ericsson

FRANKLIN STREET
••• 70-72 Franklin
••• 74 Franklin
••• 75 Franklin
••• 77 Franklin
••• 81-83 Franklin
••• 103 Franklin
••• 108-110 Franklin
••• 112 Franklin
••• 140 Franklin
••• 152-154 Franklin
••• 153 Franklin
••• 173 Franklin
••• 176 Franklin

GREENWICH STREET
••• 339-343 Greenwich

HARRISON STREET
••• 2-6 Harrison

HUDSON STREET
••• 71 Hudson
••• 75 Hudson
••• 81 Hudson
••• 105 Hudson
••• 114 Hudson
••• 117-119 Hudson
••• 121 Hudson
••• 135 Hudson
••• 157 Hudson
••• 169-175 Hudson

LAFAYETTE STREET
••• 70-74 Lafayette

LEONARD STREET
••• 17 Leonard
••• 19-21 Leonard
••• 85 Leonard

LISPENARD STREET
••• 60-62 Lispenard

N. MOORE STREET
••• 14 N. Moore

READE STREET
••• 78 Reade
••• 80-82 Reade
••• 92 Reade
••• 93 Reade
••• 110 Reade

THOMAS STREET
••• 8 Thomas

WEST BROADWAY
••• 175 W. Broadway
••• 177 W. Broadway
••• 226 W. Broadway

WHITE STREET
••• 2 White
••• 8-10 White
••• 12 White