Currency, bank vaults and contemporary art meet at defunct LIC bank

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  1. Anonymous

    I adore this building. It's so odd no one's turned it into condos or whatever yet.

    Congrats to the arts group adding creativity to the neighborhood!

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  2. Fan

    I really like your sunnyside site so good luck with this one. I'm sure you will do just as well.

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