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CAMPOS PLAZA
633 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10009
(212) 677-3225 Fax (212) 473-2012


Street Boundaries
Avenue B and C
East 13th St. and 14th St.
Subway Lines
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 or A, C, E, F, N, R, V to 14th Street – transfer to "L" – take this to 1st Avenue
Bus Lines
M1, M2, M3, M15, M18, M101, M102
downtown to 14th St. then connect with the
M9, M14 to Avenue B and 14th St.


NAMED AFTER: PEDRO ALBIZU CAMPOS (1891-1964) – Born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, educated at Harvard University, Albizu Campos joined the Nationalist Party in 1924 and was the most prominent independentista of his time. During World War I he enlisted in the U.S. Army and finished his military service as a First Lieutenant. He was jailed from 1936-47 for advocating the violent overthrow of the U.S. administration of Puerto Rico. He masterminded a 1950 nationalist uprising and was accused of being behind the October 1950 assassination attempt on President Truman. He spent his final years in prison. Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza is in Manhattan.
SITE STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION:
Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza I consists of two buildings, one 10 and the other 23-stories tall. There are 270 apartments housing an estimated 721 people. Completed September 30, 1979, the 2.25-acre Manhattan complex on the Lower East Side is bordered by East 12th and East 13th Streets, from Avenue B to Avenue C.
Fabria Rehabs on Manhattan's Lower East Side is home to some 55 people living in 40 apartments in three, 5-story buildings on .16-acres. Completed May 1, 1985, it is on East 11th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue.