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CARRIAGE HORSE STABLES IN NEW YORK CITY
Bryne Stable - 547 West 37 Street
Westside Livery - 538 West 38 Street
Chateau Farms - 608 West 48 Street
Clinton Park - 618 West 52 Street
There are five [down to 4 as of now] horse-carriage stables in Manhattan that house the horses who work in the carriage industry. They are all warehouse-like multi-storied buildings located on the far west side of Manhattan between W. 37th St. and W. 52nd St. They are not open to the public. Each building should have a Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) on file with the Department of Buildings (DoB) -- This is the official document used to certify the legal use and occupancy of a building. It is issued by the DoB and describes how a building may be occupied.
Two of the C of Os on file with the DoB list the occupancy as "stables"; but one lists the occupancy as "storage" and a "garage" and another as a "tenement." And one does not have a C of O at all.
Do liberals really, truly believe in their hearts that Democrats are above it all? That things like the ACA are motivated purely out of a desire to help people, and it's just random happenstance that a boatload of money is always involved? That's precious.
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