Washington Mews, Greenich Village, New York.

Washington Mews in Greenwich Village, NY

Originally published in summer 2007. Photos: Christine Halkiopoulos. As a connoisseur of the old, I've always enjoyed walking the streets of New York's Greenwich Village. Unlike the orderly structure of the upper neighborhoods, The Village harbors small secluded alleys and architectural treasures abound. One of my favorite blocks is the Washington Mews, located between Fifth … Continue reading Washington Mews in Greenwich Village, NY

Fashionable 1820s homes on Greenwich Street.

The Little House That Could: The Federal Row House in New York

Article originally published in summer 2008. Photos: Christine Halkiopolous. I have to disclose that I am particularly fond of the Federal Row House, because I happen to own one. It's very small but with historic architecture, size doesn't count. Most people associate the Federal style with early America, the Colonial Period, and the birth of … Continue reading The Little House That Could: The Federal Row House in New York