Dixon Place Flyer Box

Posted on: December 18th, 2009 at 6:18 am by

Dixon Place moved to its current location at 161A Chrystie Street just over one year ago. The new facility is bigger and better, and remains a great support system for creativity in the neighborhood.  But it hasn’t completely forsaken the Bowery.

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If you pass by the former headquarters at 258 Bowery, a flyer box stuffed with fall 2009 program schedules still hangs in the doorway.

In the meantime, the adjacent lot at 250 Bowery continues to rot behind splintered plywood.

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