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NEW YORK CITY-Two Manhattan non-profits have inked long-term leases for space in deals facilitated by Cassidy Turley’s Not-for-Profit practice group. Credit Where Credit is Due, which provides financial education and credit union services to low-income New Yorkers, will move to 7,500 square feet in a new building at 530 W. 166th St. Meanwhile, the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board will stay put at 120 Wall St., where the group renewed its lease early, expanding into 12,600 square feet of space.

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