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Published on Mar 7, 2007
The Unarmed Underground Art Center was a thriving arts space that housed studios for 20-30 artists, musicians, writers in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida. Mayor Frankel and city officials condemned the building, which meant that artists, many of whom were veterans, had no place to call home. Once the building was sold in order to prevent the city from enacting condemnation foreclosure precedings, the new owner did nothing with the building, yet the mayor and the city left him alone. What gives?