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CurbedWire: 110 Livingston Opening, TLA Closing

1) Downtown Brooklyn: Despite the recent fire, the phenomena that is 110 Livingston keeps keepin' on, with a tipster reporting, "Just wanted to let you know that 110 Livingston buyers got letters over the weekend with move-in/closing dates. The first set, Floors 7-11 (about 115 apts in total) will be ready for closing in late March, as predicted from the outset." [CurbedWire Inbox]

2) Greenwich Village: Storefronting Update, as a special Curbed correspondent checks in from TLA Video's closing: "Two important things happened when I went to the last day of TLA Video's going out of business sale on Saturday. First, I learned that there's quite the market for secondhand gay porn (on VHS, no less). Second, I overheard someone ­ I think one of employees in town from the Philadelphia store to help ­ say that their rent was raised, get this, $39,000 a month. Ridiculous. I'm willing to bet that much that that building is empty for at least a year. Oh, and I bought Real Genius on DVD. That is all." [CurbedWire Inbox]

3) Williamsburg: A tipster digs up some development info for 380 Union Ave: "One-story building, formerly Big Blue Beer Distributors coming down and 6 stories of residential going up. Construction fence being put in this morning, demolition of building starts Monday [Today]." [CurbedWire Inbox]

110 Livingston

110 Livingston St, Brooklyn, NY 11201