Stone Street Lower Manhattan, New York Originally called Brewers St., this is the first paved street in New York (hence the name "Stone"). The buildings largely date soon after the Great Fire of 1835, which devastated the neighborhood. © Matthew X. Kiernan NYBAI10-5039
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East or West? | Tracy Kaler's New York Life + Travel Blog
After living on the East Side of Manhattan for two years, followed by living on the West Side of Manhattan for two years, which side wins the prize? My years of visiting New York were spent on the West side. However, our first apartment needed to accommodate two cats, a 13-year-old dog, and us. Securing […]
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