Avenue D (Manhattan)

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Jacob Riis Houses
Avenue D housing project, 1974

Avenue D is the easternmost named avenue in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, east of Avenue C and west of the FDR Drive. It runs between E. 12th and Houston Streets, and continues south of Houston St as Columbia Street until Delancey Street and Abraham Kazan Street until its end at Grand Street. Avenues A, B, C and D are the genesis of the name for Alphabet City section of the East Village neighborhood, which they run through.

Avenue D is served by the M14D bus from E. 10th Street to Houston Street (southbound) and Delancey Street (northbound) via Columbia Street.

Among the structures along this avenue are:

Among many notables who were born or raised on Manhattan's Lower East Side, it is purported that James Cagney was born on Avenue D.[citation needed]


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