Please do not urinate on Weehawken Street

The residents of this quaint West Village lane, which unfortunately provides a quick cut-through for drunks and hookers going from Christopher Street to West 10th, couldn’t be nicer about it. First they make the historical case, pointing out that the block is the smallest in the borough:

Then they hope to appeal to your desire to be a good neighbor:

Finally, the gloves are off. They’re mad, and who can blame them? Weehawken Street really does smell like pee.

For a little history on this itty-bitty block, check out this earlier post.

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3 Responses to “Please do not urinate on Weehawken Street”

  1. Please Do Not Urinate On The Smallest Street In Manhattan « Scouting NY Says:

    […] & Christopher. But what’s especially funny is, I see that when Ephemeral New York did a similar post in 2008, the signs were more […]

  2. Is this really the shortest street in Manhattan? | Ephemeral New York Says:

    […] in the West Village, an ancient sign nailed to a wall on slender Weehawken Street names this one-block lane between West 10th and Christopher Streets as Manhattan’s smallest […]

  3. The many lives of an 1834 wooden Village house | Ephemeral New York Says:

    […] its steeply pitched roof and side staircase, the house at 6 Weehawken Street might be the most Dorian Gray of Village […]

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