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Citing racist history, banned NYC developer tries to block landmarking of his Tin Pan Alley building

Tin Pan Alley, a stretch of West 28th Street that was once the center of America’s popular music industry, is being considered for a landmark designation, and one landlord is fighting back in an unorthodox way. Representatives of banned developer Yair Levy claim that racist music produced on the block around the turn of the 20th century make it unsuitable for landmark designation, the New York Post reported. “Who wants to be known as the […]

source https://therealdeal.com/2019/04/30/citing-racist-history-banned-nyc-developer-tries-to-block-landmarking-of-his-tin-pan-alley-buildings/


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