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Decades Of Work Destroyed By Hurricane Sandy (And Stubborn Landlords)
"Hurricane Sandy inundated the basement of Westbeth, which was the first and largest federally subsidized artist's colony in the country when it opened 42 years ago at the westernmost edge of the West Village." The New York Times 12/07/12
Posted December 9, 2012 08:00 AM




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