42 Trinity Place Saves History, But Not Affordability

The rear facade of 42 Trinity Place, aka the Robert and Anne Dickey house.

The real estate boom pushes the New York City skyline ever higher, but its relentless pace has come at the cost of history. The Robert and Anne Dickey house could’ve been the next tragedy, but the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to save the structure in 2005 (thanks to zealous advocacy). Ephemeral New York covers the structure’s extensive history. The historic building will be integrated into the new construction.

Read more