Sara D. Roosevelt Park
E. Houston St. To Canal St. bet.ween Chrystie St. and Forsyth St.
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Houston Street honors the American patriot, William Houstoun (1755-1813). Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was the son of Sir Patrick Houstoun, a Scottish member of… Read More
The M’Finda Kalunga Garden is named in memory of an African-American burial ground that was located on nearby Chrystie Street between Rivington and Stanton Streets.… Read More
This playground, along with the adjacent street honors London born James Rivington (1724-1802), gambler, bookseller, rumored spy and publisher of the Royalist Gazette , a… Read More
Stanton Street, first opened in 1806, was named for George Stanton, an agent for James de Lancey, Jr. The de Lancey family once owned a farming estate that encompassed… Read More
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