NEW YORK — The Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo, so named for its location South of Houston Street, claims the highest concentration of iron-front buildings in the country.  The metal’s addition to countless buildings, in the mid-1800s, revitalized the neighborhood, bringing new commercial tenants with it. The same can be said of the art movement that swept into SoHo more than a century later. The otherwise stagnant industrial area gained new purpose and vigor as painters and ...

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