NY- The un-gentrified windows on Warren Street, Tribeca

NY- The un-gentrified windows on Warren Street, Tribeca

If you walk south out of the Chambers Street Station you run in to a few blocks that have yet to be gentrifird. I am not prescient but with Battery Park City moving in from the west with it’s Barnes and Nobles and Whole Foods, and the Financial District neighborhood pushing in from the east, I can’t imagine this little neighborhood staying the same. Who knows.

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- The un-gentrified windows on Warren Street, Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca

NY- the un-gentrified windows on QWarren Street in Tribeca


3 Comments, Comment

  1. O. Bilger

    1

    Hi, a friend of mine bumped into this website and told me about it because I actually live behind those windows at 83 warren st. I’m surprised that you happened to find it interesting. I guess it’s true, tribeca is changing rapidly.

    28 Jul
  2. 2

    That’s pretty funny.

    29 Jul
  3. Francesca

    3

    Nice pictures. But I have to tell you that you’re really off on the gentrification thing. Most of those pictures are of buildings with multimillion $ lofts. Of course, some have been co-ops for 20-30 years. But there are new condos on Murray and Warren Streets also. I’ve been down her for 26 years and there have been alot of changes, but the neighborhood’s been going in this direction for a long time.

    08 Sep

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