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CurbedWire: One Ten 3rd Goes 'Third World,' 11 Spring Gets Recalculated, More Condos on Burg's N. 3rd

EAST VILLAGE?This rant about our friend One Ten 3rd came to us with the subject line "110 Third World," which gives an indication of what is to come: "Good God – I was driving up Third Ave this morning and couldn’t believe what a refugee camp 110 Third looks like. The combinations of temporary blinds, newspaper, toilet paper, flannel shirts and KFC bags trying to cover the windows was simply shocking! Sure it’s a condorminium but c’mon already." Too soon to blame the renters, though. [CurbedWire Inbox]

NOLITA?On the square footage front, a tipster does some recalculation of the math on a $6.7 million apartment at 11 Spring Street and concludes that "it would be a whopping $3200 at the cited 2085 square feet. But it gets worse when one realizes that the unit is considerably smaller. Just look at the floorplan. A generous measurement would yield something more like 1200 square feet. Wow! A sucker is born everyday in the Manhattan real estate market." [CurbedWire Inbox]

WILLIAMSBURG?There is more activity on the very active block of N. 3rd Street between Berry and Wythe that is home to the Mill Building and to the new-to-market 100 N3 Lofts. A tipster reports that a renovation of 103 N. 3rd is now underway, which will add 41 units to the N. 3rd Street condo pool. [CurbedWire Inbox]

The Mill Building

85-101 North 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY