Mulry Square

With the new Metropolitan Transit Authority ventilation system complete (looking like a fake townhouse), the Tiles for America have been permanently reinstalled on the three walls of the new structure. The tiles were created after 9/11 by artists and local residents, and spontaneously placed on the chain-link fence that surrounded the empty lot where the new MTA facility now resides. It became a gathering place for the people in the community, with additional tiles adorning the fence over the years.


tiles for america

You can view the permanent memorial at Mulry Square, located on the corner of Seventh Avenue South and Greenwich Street.

Also check out 8 Aquatic-Themed MTA subway stations. Have you seen the 7 Line Extension Subway Station? Don’t miss 20 Original Examples of NYC Subway Art. You can contact the author at AFineLyne.


 Greenwich Village, Mulry Square, Tiles for America

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