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Found on Franklin Street

The high-low shopfronts of Tribeca’s best retail drag.


If you find yourself strolling Tribeca after a day of film-festival screenings, turn onto Franklin Street for Urban Archaeology. Rescued home objects like lighting fixtures, vintage drafting tables, and enamel cabinets fill the loft space. Rummage around and you’ll get a relative bargain like these patinated solid-bronze and glass doorknobs ($200 to $450; 143 Franklin St., nr. Varick St.; 212-431-4646), some of which were reclaimed from the Breakers, a Victorian-era hotel in Cape May, New Jersey.


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