Wednesday, November 9

5 houses from the East Village’s shipbuilding era


"...Greek Revival–style houses on East Seventh Street between Avenues C and D."
"If you traveled back in time to the far East Village of the mid-19th century, you would see a neighborhood sustained mainly by one industry: shipbuilding. Along the East River, thousands of iron workers, mechanics, and dock men—many who were recent Irish and German immigrants—toiled in shipyards and iron works in what was then called the Dry Dock District, east of Avenue B. ..."
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