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Local Arts Non-Profit Purchases Two Buildings in Long Island City
Local Arts Non-Profit Purchases Two Buildings in Long Island City

Nov. 23, 2021 By Michael Dorgan

The operators of a Queens-based arts non-profit have purchased two premises in Long Island City.

Flux Factory, a group that works with emerging artists from across the city, announced Friday that it has bought its 39-31 29th St. headquarters, which is located in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City. The organization currently operates out of the two-story space that it has been leasing since 2009.

The group also announced that it has purchased space in a new development that is part of the Hunters Point South mega development. It has bought space on the ground floor of the South Tower at Gotham Point, a two-tower development that is going up at 57-28 2nd St. The non-profit will be calling the space “Flux IV.”

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