Two W4th Street Doors

Classic doors with stoops (from the Dutch word stoep) or stairs. In New York many still call them stoops. When the Dutch colonists settled in New York in the 1600s they added this style of stairs to rows of apartments called tenements and brownstones. The second photograph has the now closed historic Fedora Restaurant in the basement.

For Thursday Doors hosted by Dan: Thirsty Pagan Doors – No Facilities

NYC Doors

It’s been a while since I posted some doors for Thursday Doors. They are all in Manhattan.

Pastel Doors

I saw these doors while on my way home in Greenwich Village. It was a lovely spring day and the colors of these doors reminded me of Easter.

For Thursday Doors 3/25/2021

Manhattan Doors

Two doors on West 25th Street and West 9th Street in Manhattan, New York.
The windows next to the 9th Street door was too good to pass up.
For today’s Thursday Doors.

42nd Street Buildings

For Thursday Doors.

Before 2000 I used to work nearby at TAMS doing GIS. In the 60’s my stepfather worked in the Chanin Building as a market research manager for Richardson Merrill. We used to sometimes eat at one of the last Horn & Hardart automats nearby.