In order to make my job as complicated and expensive as possible, today's photos were shot on film.
Right off the beaten path of Museum Mile is this relatively empty block– mainly home to some residences and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. While most of the buildings here are older and clearly very expensive, they lack some of the character and intrigue so often found in more affordable areas on the lower east side.
There appeared to be only one restaurant on the street, an organic pizza place (an employee of which seemed none-too-pleased that I was taking photos on a public street *shrug*) which had some quaint signage sitting outside.
Overall, a quiet block, which makes sense - with central park blocking the street's flow at the end of the block, there aren't many options for cars (beware of the massive speed bump on the west side of the block).