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Remembering the Days When Artists Could Afford Manhattan

Yesterday, Curbed NY posted a nifty map of 15 buildings in Manhattan that were originally built for artists. Ranging from projects with outside funding to artists’ cooperatives, the 15 structures mostly dot Midtown and the Upper East and West Sides, with a few outliers in the West Village. It’s fun to look at the map and reminisce about a time when artists could afford to live in the center of New York.

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