Chaim Indig, an 83-year-old Auschwitz survivor from Boro Park, is now able to live out of his days peacefully and comfortably in a handicapped-accessible luxury apartment in Midwood, known as the Premier House thanks to Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.
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