New York City’s iconic “Iron and Steel” building has a new owner.
The company behind the iconic building is “anarchoraco-capitalism” in its own right, and the owners of the iconic landmark, New York University, are planning to sell the building to the highest bidder.
The building’s owner, the University of Pennsylvania, is not only a private institution but is also a nonprofit.
The sale of the building is part of an ongoing effort by the university to divest from fossil fuels.
The property, which dates to 1874, has been the site of protests and protests against the institution of slavery.
It’s one of the largest remaining structures in New York.
The owners of New York’s iconic building, the “Iron & Steel” (1912) is shown in New Orleans on Dec. 16, 2016.
The iconic building was built in 1912 and is seen in New England on Jan. 17, 2020.
“The Iron & Steel Building is a symbol of our collective strength and of the way we want to live together, and it’s a beautiful thing,” said Mark Gans, the founder and president of the University Foundation, in a statement.
“We want to make the building and the people of New Jersey and around the world know that they are part of a larger community.”
In the new owners’ announcement, the owners say they plan to invest “hundreds of millions of dollars” in infrastructure, education, and other infrastructure.
The university also plans to move “the entire campus to a new facility with state-of-the-art technology, a campus that will be fully accessible to all students, faculty and staff.”
The University of New Brunswick announced last month that it would begin converting its historic building into a “multi-use, mixed-use and environmentally-conscious campus.”
The New Brunswick building, which was built as part of the United States Department of War, was built on the site in 1912.
The New Jersey State Historical Society and Rutgers University announced plans earlier this month to convert the historic structure into an academic building.
The “Iron&Spans” Building, which once stood on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Third Street in New Brunswick, New Jersey, is seen Dec. 12, 2016, in New Jersey.
(Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) The buildings of New England’s Old South have also become major sites for the “anarchy” movement.
The state of Maine was the site for several sit-ins in 2014 against the repeal of slavery in the United Kingdom.
The group Black Lives Matter, which called for the sit-in, was arrested in Maine for “attempting to disrupt a police operation.”
It is unclear whether the sit ins were against the Trump administration, the repeal or both.
The movement gained momentum in the U.S. after a mass shooting at an Oregon community college in January.
In August, activists held a sit-down outside the U,S.
Capitol demanding that President Donald Trump release the names of all those who were involved in the shooting.