|The Bradford Plan, courtesy of the Boston Public Library|
This image is just one of many accompanying James's article that was published today on the history of West Broadway, the street that runs north from the World Trade Center to Washington Square.
West Broadway is one of those afterthought streets to many New Yorkers: people know it's there, but it usually doesn't make much of an impact. It turns out the street has a colorful history--and maybe has had more names (and attempted name changes) than any Manhattan thoroughfare.
Read all about it in How West Broadway Became One of NYC's Most Important Streets at Curbed.com -- and share with your friends!
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