Monday, October 2, 2017

The Market Diner, NYC

The Market Diner opened in 1962 and was one of the city's most interesting diners in an architectural sense as it was built with a zig-zag overhang and windows that sloped inward at the bottom. Unfortunately it closed in 2015 when the real estate company who owned the property decided to build a 13-story mixed use glass tower in its place. We loved this #diner not only for its crazy architecture but also because it was one of the last stand-alone diners left in Manhattan. #storefront #disappearingfaceofnewyork #gentrification #vintagediner #chromediner

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