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When the old synagogue-turned-artist studio at 80 Forsyth Street hit the market in April, it seemed destined for a preservation battle. But it appears that the new owners, who paid $6.4 million for it, have no interest in tearing it down or developing it. Instead, they plan to use it as a studio and gallery, and the proceeds of the sale will go toward The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation. Abstract Expressionist painter Pat Passlof lived and worked in the building from the 1960s until her death in 2011. [NYO; previously]