Tales of TriBeCa  
The neighborhood of “TriBeCa” or the “Triangle Below Canal” boasts of an almost magical historical quality and a pervasive sense of a place lost in time. After the Civil War, shipping in Manhattan shifted from the East River to the Hudson River. Huge steamships moored at the piers on the Lower West Side and New York became one of the world’s greatest ports. In this area along the Hudson, the Washington Market, would appropriate the Federal and Greek Revival homes as warehouses for storage of produce. Large warehouse buildings with vast loft spaces would be built to accommodate the new businesses. Today, since the markets have moved to the Bronx - the loft spaces of “TriBeCa” have become extremely desirable for residential use
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Date: Sunday April 3, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM  to approximately 1:00 PM
Cost: $ 28 in advance | $ 33 on-site (By check to Johanna Sterbin)
Meet: Outside the Franklin Street Subway Station:
Triangular Center Island in middle of intersection
Train: IRT 1 Train to Franklin Street
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