NYC Grid is a photo blog dedicated to exploring New York block-by-block and corner-by-corner. Each post covers a new street or feature with a focus on the mundane and ephemeral.

  

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Monday
Jun062011

Lexington Ave Between 35th St and 37th St

   

Resting near what could be considered the southernmost boundary midtown, this part of Lexington Avenue seems lacking. Only a few storefronts brighten-up the otherwise dreary sidewalk. Some long-standing construction sheds, a few office buildings and schools make up the other features.

It would be hard to pinpoint a single defining characteristic that these blocks have. No architecture, no retail, no building-type nor any person seems to dominate any of the others here; leaving the street to wallow in mediocrity.


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