Mulberry Street, NY, 1900. From the Library of Congress,
Mulberry Street, NY, 1900. From the Library of Congress,

Mulberry Street, NY, 1900. From the Library of Congress,

inside the NYSE, 1980s
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inside the NYSE, 1980s
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inside the NYSE, 1980s

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State Street townhouse, Brooklyn, designed by architect Ben Hansen. 
State Street townhouse, Brooklyn, designed by architect Ben Hansen. 

State Street townhouse, Brooklyn, designed by architect Ben Hansen. 

253 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, designed by the architect James Cleary.
253 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, designed by the architect James Cleary.

253 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, designed by the architect James Cleary.

another interior shot of the abandoned 5 beekman street, built in 1885
another interior shot of the abandoned 5 beekman street, built in 1885

another interior shot of the abandoned 5 beekman street, built in 1885

interior of the abandoned 5 beekman street in lower manhattan, currently in the process of being redeveloped. 
interior of the abandoned 5 beekman street in lower manhattan, currently in the process of being redeveloped. 

interior of the abandoned 5 beekman street in lower manhattan, currently in the process of being redeveloped. 

the abandoned city hall subway station, said to be the original southern terminus of the first ‘manhattan main line’, this glistening underground enclave was closed in 1945 due to lack of use and safety issues resulting from the steep curve of the platform. 
the abandoned city hall subway station, said to be the original southern terminus of the first ‘manhattan main line’, this glistening underground enclave was closed in 1945 due to lack of use and safety issues resulting from the steep curve of the platform. 

the abandoned city hall subway station, said to be the original southern terminus of the first ‘manhattan main line’, this glistening underground enclave was closed in 1945 due to lack of use and safety issues resulting from the steep curve of the platform. 

architecture in the financial district, lower manhattan
architecture in the financial district, lower manhattan

architecture in the financial district, lower manhattan

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