New Yorkers expecting tony shops on the ground floor of Riverhouse, a new high-rise condominium with views of the Statue of Liberty, will instead find the Action Center to End World Hunger, a first-of-its-kind museum designed to teach children why world hunger exists and what they can do about it. The center, opening October 16, was created by global relief organization Mercy Corps after Battery Park City offered to rent the space for $1 per year for 60 years through its public amenity program...
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