Luxury Condos Move 'Forward' In Lower East Side

The former home of a prominent Jewish-American newspaper now represents the hottest conversion in the fast-changing New York neighborhood.

"The 10-story building at 175 East Broadway had been more than a newspaper headquarters: It had been the headquarters of Jewish life on the Lower East Side for much of the 20th century, where immigrants came to find assistance, labor activists held their meetings, and fiery political speech emanated from the several podiums in the lower floors. Now, [actress Tatum] O'Neal, who sold a loft on Great Jones Street last October, was there to find a luxury condominium."

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