Bleecker Street is located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Originally coming to prominence as a place where those who lived non-traditional lifestyles would mingle, it is now best known for its music and comedy venues. Over the years the street has been home to many famous residents, including John Belushi, Robert De Niro, Alicia Keys, Dua Lipa, and Herman Melville.
Relive the good times you’ve had on Bleecker Street sign with our replica of the signs pointing the way to this iconic New York street. Our Bleecker Street sign is made according to the New York City sign standards as of 1986. That year was when street signage first included an image of the Statue of Liberty, in celebration of the statue’s centennial. Our Bleecker Street sign uses the standard FHWA Series B fonts used on the original sign to precisely replicate the look of the original sign. It’s the next best thing to being on Bleecker Street yourself!
Our Bleecker Street Statue of Liberty sign is printed on heavy 14-gauge steel. Its glossy, non-reflective finish makes it a great addition to the home decor of any proud New Yorker. It’s also durable enough to withstand the harsh New York winters when installed outside, too. Choose from sizes ranging from 24 inches long all the way up to 72 inches long. You can also choose a one-sided sign, ideal for hanging on a wall, or a double-sided sign just like the original. All of our signs include two convenient mounting holes. (Want a sign like this for a different New York street? Or perhaps one of our signs in the older humpback style? Or even a sign from another city entirely? We can help! Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order.)