Sidewalk Shed at 92 Orchard
Posted on: January 20th, 2010 at 6:11 am by Elie
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The renovation of Mark Miller’s gallery space continues at 92 Orchard Street, only now it will occur behind a shelter of bill-covered plywood. A long sidewalk shed was erected late last week, spanning much of the block between Broome and Delancey.
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In addition, the resident dumpster that sat out front for months is now gone. We still ponder the fate of the antique boots that were found on site back in November…
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