In Manhattan's most expensive zip code, Donna Ferrato focuses on the spirit and evolution of Tribeca from abandoned commercial center and a refuge for artists to one of Manhattan's most fashionable and desirable neighborhoods. Living below Canal St. for 22 years Ferrato has strived to preserve the memories of the way her beloved neighborhood was, "before 9.11, before the sky exploded, before the loss of innocence." !
Known for her groundbreaking work on domestic violence and book, Living With the Enemy, Donna turns her passionate and relentless social activism into an intensely personal perspective of the dramatic transformation of her home ground, TRIBECA 10013.
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