Chu and Associates were planning to build a 20-story, 220 room hotel at 50-52 bowery near the Manhattan Bridge.
Then she went to meet Beckman at the bowery Hotel for breakfast and liked him immediately.
Photos by the late Jimmy DeSana are now on view at Salon 94 on the bowery in New York.
Since the New Museum opened on the bowery in late 2007, a steady stream of galleries have set up shop on the Lower East Side.
Kigurumi, Dollers and How We See is on display at Salon 94 bowery through April 28.
We want all the people to assemble in the bowery at ten o'clock tomorrow.
He took the Deans first, then Nora, whom he put in the bowery stage.
And I must preserve my perspective, for I am studying the bowery.
But the "bowery boy" was as great a feature of the time as the Broadway swell.
I used to be a waiter in a bowery hash-foundry, and afterwards graduated into one of the Broadway lobster-palaces.
"farm, plantation," from Dutch bowerij "homestead farm" (from the same source as bower); a Dutch word probably little used in America outside New York, and there soon limited to one road, The Bowery, that ran from the built-up part of the city out to the plantations in middle Manhattan, attested from 1787; the city's growth soon overran it, and it was noted by 1840 as a commercial district notorious for squalor, rowdiness, and low life.
Bowery Boy, the typical New York tough of a generation or two ago, named from the street which he chiefly affected .... He rather prided himself on his uncouthness, his ignorance, and his desperado readiness to fight, but he also loved to have attention called to his courage, his gallantry to women, his patriotic enthusiasm, and his innate tenderness of heart. A fire and a thrilling melodrama called out all his energies and emotions. [Walsh, 1892]