NY- Tribeca Buildings, Windows, and Signs

Tribeca is becoming known for its film festival but not that many people outside of the city know that it is also the location of the first cast iron building, a design invented by James Bogardus that foretold the construction of todays modern skyscrapers. While the original buiding does not exist anymore there are a couple good examples left in the neighborhood, one at 75 Murray Street and another 85 Leonard Street.

Tribeca is also home to numerous restaurants, including the Tribeca Grill, and many shops, galleries, and apartments.

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