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2 Fultons, 2 Futures

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Feb 24, 2006
 

 

Every weekday for 180 years, large men carrying fishhooks and wearing rubber boots gutted 300-pound tunas on Manhattan's Lower East Side waterfront. In November that chapter in New York's history ended as the Fulton Fish market moved to a modern facility in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx.

The fish market's move promises great changes in both the neighborhood it left, and the neighborhood it joined.

View a slide show on plans to improve Hunts Point. Read an article on ideas for the area around the old fish market

1. Remaking Hunts Point (slideshow)

2. Making The Old Fulton Fish Market Into Something New (article)

 


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