Just in time for the twilight of all bound printed matter, and just down the street from a former Curbed BuildingSpotter, the New York Public Library has gotten around to booking a Soho branch. By late summer, a three-story library on Jersey Street, between Lafayette and Mulberry streets, will open up in "a late 19th-century loft building that was once a chocolate factory," according to the Downtown Express. Now Soho's shoppers will have a free spot to place online orders for all the things they couldn't find in real reality.
· Long-overdue Soho library may open at summer’s end [DwtnExpress]
UPDATE: On-the-scene photo after the jump!