I feel like I’m kind of cheating all you SoHo residents, as you probably saw this already (or maybe you threw it out with your junk mail?), but in lieu of a REAL post, this week I am posting my cover article for the May 2013 issue of SoHo Life (a magazine mailed only to local residents) about the re-opening of 101 Spring Street. Judd Foundation has meticulously restored Donald Judd’s home and studio on Spring and Mercer and began taking reservations for tours this month. They’ve done an amazing job and have created a time capsule of old SoHo in the process. It’s definitely worth a visit if you are in the area, but call ahead, as appointments are required for entry. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak, and it really took me back!
P.S. For those of you still-locals who have already seen this article, here is a link to a piece I recently wrote for Urban Omnibus, The Architectural League of New York’s online magazine, about the evolution of SoHo.