Then we turned around and saw this piece of street sculpture. Public art is a wonderful thing.
Across the street to your right, this beautiful building built originally as C.C.Cohen. Looks like it was a hotel with a restaurant downstairs. There is another restaurant there and I don't know what is upstairs now. Apartments?? Such elegant windows!
Somewhere along the line I caught this reflection in a window.
As we walked toward Broadway, past the trendy restaurants, I realized they had left the street in its original condition.
that once sold hardware
jewelry, shoes, dry goods, clothing, and everything else you might need.