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G&M Realty had been rejected by the feds on their bid to trademark the name.

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Nine artists filed a lawsuit against the developer G&M Realty on June 3.

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All of the buildings that made up the former graffiti mecca have come down.

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G&M Realty wants to use the name to refer to its future development at the Long Island City site.

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G&M Realty, which is planning two rental towers at the site, wants to name the new venue 5Pointz.

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Much of the graffiti center has been gutted, as its owner plans a new apartment development at the site.

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Muralists painted the wall of a Crown Heights hardware store for the anniversary of Sept. 11.

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Demolition on the graffiti mecca 5Pointz began on Friday.

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The owner of the Long Island City site wants to raze the buildings to make way for rental apartments.

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Local Project is looking to raise $6,100 to help pay the rent at its Queens headquarters.

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"Whitewash" will open at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery in Long Island City on April 5.

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Several artists from the graffiti collective will take part in a show in Great Neck starting Jan. 19th.

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The building, on the same block as the 5Pointz complex, is set to be razed to make way for apartments.

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Baxter, a fixture at the Queens graffiti mecca, is being fostered as the site faces demolition.

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A group of young people wrote "RIP 5Pointz" Wednesday night, building volunteers said.