NoHo: Big History in a Compact Neighborhood

Janes Walk

Led By Bill Rosser, MAS Docent

You will see NoHo’s intact architectural examples of its 200+ year evolution as a compact Manhattan neighborhood. From a beer garden (1804) to the height of residential fashion at The Colonnade on Lafayette St. (1830) to elegant condos on Bond St.(2005) – and the ups and downs of the 200-year transition. Includes the Public Theater, a Louis Sullivan skyscraper, Cooper Union, etc. Plus specific homes of many famous musicians and artists.

Sunday, May 6
3:00 PM
2 Hours

Walk Details
Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Accessibility: Family-friendly, Senior-friendly, Wheelchair-friendly
Meeting Location

Astor Place, Lafayette and 8th St. By Alamo sculpture


#6 Subway Astor Place

Closest Parking

Broadway and Astor Place (South of 8th St.)

Finding your walk leader

Walk leader will be wearing a MAS Baseball Hat and holding a portable speaker

Ending Location

Bleecker St. Bar, North of The Puck Building

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