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With up to 6,800 square feet of Agrarian Age New York City ground floor space featuring ceilings from 12 to 22 feet high, Italian terrazzo tile floors, exposed 159-year-old brickwork, oak beams, and cast iron fixtures, Blue Gallery is a peaceful, history-soaked space in the midst of bustling Midtown, that evokes New York City at the end of the Civil War and the beginning of the Industrial Age.

Once the home of a midtown Manhattan stable and working dairy, which produced and delivered its own products throughout New York City, the space is now an art gallery, event space, production and performance venue and film and photography spot unlike any in the City. 

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