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Austin Nichols Protected?

The Times rewrites a press release from the Trust for Architectural Easements:

After years of battles between preservationists and the New York City Council, the old Austin, Nichols & Company Warehouse in Williamsburg is now formally protected thanks to the donation of a historic-preservation easement to the Trust for Architectural Easements.

So does that does mean we can (re)landmark it now?

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