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New York City Housing Authority Vladeck Senior Center

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New York City Housing Authority Vladeck Senior Center

New York

New York, United States

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334 Madison St, New York, NY 10002, United States, New York, New York 10002

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Vladeck Houses is a public housing development built and maintained by the New York City Housing Authority on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.[1] The development is named after Baruch Charney Vladeck (1886–1938), who was general manager of The Jewish Daily Forward, a Yiddish language newspaper, helped found the Jewish Labor Committee in 1934, served as its first president, and was a member of the original board of the New York City Housing Authority.[1] Baruch Charney Vladeck Houses is made up of 20 six-story buildings on 13 acres (5.3 ha), in which there are 1,523 apartments housing approximately 2,850 people.[1] This complex is bordered by Madison Street to its north, Water Street to its south, Gouverneur Street to its west, and Jackson Street to its east.[1] Construction began September 10, 1939, and was finished November 20, 1940.[2][1] Baruch Charney Vladeck II Houses consists of 4 six-story buildings on 2.23 acres (0.90 ha), in which there are 238 apartments housing approximately 445 people.[1] This complex is bordered by Madison Street to its north, Cherry Street to its south, and Jackson Street to its west.[1] Construction began September 10, 1939, and was finished October 25, 1940

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