A street scene of 139 -141 Ludlow street in the Lower East side district of Manhattan , New York City.
This 1871 building with classic 1930s Neo-Gothic-style façade, clad in brick and cream-colored terra cotta was originally a livery stable but most famously the home of Neiberg & Sons funeral home. The funeral parlor and chapel were on the ground floor, the basement level had offices and the morgue, while the floors above were kept for the hearses which were moved vertically by a vehicle elevator. The Nieberg family and their funeral parlor left the Lower East Side for Brooklyn and the building was taken over by an automobile garage then a printing house.
In 2016 the building was sold for $8.8million to Soho House operations and turned into a private membership club.
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Kodak ENDURA Lustre “E” paper prints are continuous-tone, true photographic prints that are exposed digitally with lasers for exceptionally sharp image detail .
The digital C-Type production technique offers quality and classic photographic archival print properties
All prints are checked for quality control and signed before being sent out.
Prints are designed to fit into a standard frame with or without matt
8x12 inch photograph is printed on 11x14 inch paper.
11x17 inch photograph is printed on 16x20 inch paper.