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Erector Square mentioned in NY Times article about New Haven

“The community vibe is also buzzing across town. Erector Square — a group of eight buildings that was once a factory that produced Erector sets and other toys — is filled with 175 studios for artists, designers, musicians and other creatives who put on an ambitious open-studio weekend in the fall and smaller events throughout the year.”

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Accessibility: There is a handicap ramp on the side of Building 2 and building 3 from the main parking area. Building 3 ramp will give access to buildings 3, 6E, 7 and 5 (first floors only). Building 2 ramp accesses Building 2 (first floor only). Building 4 is ground level. Building 8 has a ramp to the first floor of Bregamos.