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It already has past lives as the First Roumanian-American Congregation syngagogue building, as a speakeasy, and as the home of artists Thomas Nozkowski and Joyce Robbins. Now 70 Hester Street will have a new life as a gallery, cafe, and retail space. The current three-floor building will be modified to accommodate these new uses, with a glass facade on the cafe space and a glass bridge between the second floor and the mezzanine. Those two levels, which will hold the gallery, are for rent for $14,500/month. [DNAinfo; previously]