When the early 19th century townhouse at 54 MacDougal Street in SoHo bit the dust, preservationists were outraged. However, YIMBY has new renderings of the project replacing the 1820 structure, and the design seems to fit in well with the rest of the pre-war block.
54 MacDougal Street
On the block of MacDougal Street between Prince and Houston in Soho sits a lot that used to hold an historic house built in the 1820s. But with demolition and new building applications first filed back in 2013, construction appears to be getting underway, and YIMBY now has the reveal for the new structure replacing the old, which is being developed by Valyrian Capital and designed by KM Associates.