This building wrapped around a corner building, giving it entrances on
both Broadway and 77th Street. City building records list it as being constructed
in 1926 and it is not listed as a stable or garage address in the 1907 or 1926
City Directories. Given its architecture and its frontage on Broadway (away from
the rabble on Amsterdam), it was likely unassociated with the other automotive
businesses further to the east.
2182 Broadway was replaced with yet another dorm for the bourgeoisie,
although at least it wasn't just another generic curtain-wall glass tower.