Saturday, March 29, 2008


We all know The Meatpacking District is well past it's prime, but it's still got some charm to it. AND. It's still got meatpacking. (I checked.) There's not a lot of things to do there unless you have thousands of dollars to go clothes shopping, but I found the remaining decay of what once was there to be still quite enthralling.

A couple of finds along my walk:

The corner of Washington St. and Bank St.

Westbeth artists housing complex

an old hotel sign along the West Side Highway

an old restaurant in ruins that appears to have been called Shak

Automatic Slims

Weehawken St.

Gavin Brown's enterprise

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