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Rumblings & Bumblings Responses: Big L for G-Slope, Glass for Chelsea

1) G-Slope: Our tipster's rumblings over a 12-story building on Fourth Avenue and 7th/8th turns out to be just that. Brownstoner put up a construction update on 410 Fourth Avenue, and you can see the rendering of the funky L-shaped condo over to the right. The Brooklyn Paper had a report on the building way back in September 2006. Expect 59 units and 26 parking spots, with the apartments ranging in size from 680 to 1,300 square feet.

2) East Village: No takers on the Green Monster of First Avenue. Perhaps the cigar-puffing manmeat was too intimidating.

3) Chelsea: About that condemned building at 152-156 West 26th Street, "CommercialBroker" writes: "152 is a 72000+ SF commercial lot to be built into a hotel. It was bought around 2003 for 12MM with IMD tenants filling the building up. Landlord got them out and re-sold the building using Cushman and Wakefield for around 30MM. It will be a hotel, may be sam chang. the construction walls just went up on the property the other day."

4) Chelsea: As many of you pointed out, the building springing up on Seventh Avenue and 18th Street is on the SE corner, not the SW as our rumbler stated. The building will be 14 stories and have 41 condos, priced from $950,000-$6.95 million or around $1,500sf. It's a luxury job, with a lap pool, sauna, gym, doorman, roof deck, etc. The rendering at right comes from RKF, who are pimping out the retail. Expected completion: First Quarter of '08.
· Rumblings & Bumblings: 12 Stories for G-Slope, Cigar for EVill's Green Monster, More [Curbed]