The Hewitt Buidling continues to be deconstructed in the East Village.
This old, New York City landmark (of sorts) was part of Cooper Union and the building has been finally demolished in favor of creating a “pleasure palace.“
The new look will be slightly (read: sarcasm) different and should provide a striking balance to the Cooper Union Foundation building just across Third Avenue.
March 16th, 2007
Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City