5. The Shortest Street in Manhattan
The street is named Mill Lane, stuck like an appendage between South William and Stone Streets, a half block south of Hanover Square. It’s approximately thirty feet long, or the length of five or six Wall Street bankers, laid end to end. (Mill Lane)
Mill Lane: Home to the city’s first Jewish community during the Dutch years. Photo by Greg Young
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