This doorway is located at 194 Bleecker Street in the heart of old Greenwich Village.
NY Songlines: Bleecker Street
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cette vieille porte est magnifique, en plus j’adore ce site ‘NY SONGLINES’ un très bon site sur NYC.
This old door is wonderful, I love this site more ‘NY SONGLINES’ a very good site on NYC.
I love the detail in the flaking paint…I bet this door has seen a lot over the years!
Ohhh, I’ve seen that door! I’ve also lost a couple of hours of my life to NY Songlines. A wonderful site!
(Sorry, I just had to delurk after seeing this.)
i cant take my eyes off it….it’s beautiful…..next time i’m in Greenwich village, i’ll go looking for this one 🙂
I was just scrolling down when I was simply struck by this door. It’s magnificent. There are days like this when every little detail seems so emotional and so meaningful. For me, it’s just one of those occasions when I can empty my head and stare at this door and feel peaceful.
Thank you for sharing.
I used to live here — ground floor, rear. It was a great little apartment. I lived there back in 1989 for just a year with a girlfriend. We absolutely loved it! Everything we needed was right there. We explored the neighborhood every opportunity we had. Loved the restaurants, cafes, shopping, nightlife, little tucked away side streets, etc.
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