9. 73 Worth Street
This line of condominium apartments were actually Civil War era, neo-Renaissance styled buildings built in 1865. These white stone homes once faced a row of cast-iron buildings, which were replaced by the AT&T Long Lines Buildings in 1974, located on Church Street between Worth and Thomas streets. In the conversion of 73 Worth Street, a nearly century-old vault beneath the sidewalk had to be rebuilt. While visiting, don’t miss the hidden bakery Arcade Bakery just around the corner.