Sorry, guys. Here's another one I missed somehow:
Flux Factory began in Williamsburg in 1994 and moved to its present location five years ago to flee the rising rents of Brooklyn. It has grown into one of the city's most beloved art groupse city, sponsoring such off-beat projects as building a monument to the city of Paterson, N.J., marathon group novel-writing, and walking tours of fake street art.
MTA takeover puts Factory in Flux
They settled in Long Island City in 2002, and signed a 15-year lease only to find out last year that they would be homeless again.
Lenny Gartner, the owner of Flux Factory's building, said that the MTA made one, "take-it-or-leave-it" offer.