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–JTT Gallery is moving to a new, 1500 square foot space on the second floor of 191 Chrystie St. [Art News]

–Asian Americans for Equality has launched a project to preserve affordability at 81 Madison St., and to make the old tenement building more ecological. [Curbed]

–Another bank closes in the area above East Houston Street. This time it’s the Citibank on Avenue A. [EV Grieve]

–Half of the kids at P.S. 15 are homeless. A new study looks at the challenges in educating a large student population lacking stable living conditions. [NY1]

–A study maps land use patterns in New York City from the mid-19th century. Yes, it was very crowded on the Lower East Side. [City Lab]

–The case of Astor Place: Public plazas today are a tool for gentrification. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

–Geek chic commerce: How Moscot’s Lemtosh frames became a worldwide sensation. Johnny Depp helped, but there’s more to the story. [Adweek]

–An interview with Lower East Side tattoo artist Michelle Myles. [The Atlantic]

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