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CurbedWire: 11 Spring Signage, IHOPBK, Plastic Domes

NOLITA?A phototipster sends along evidence that former street art shrine 11 Spring Street has announced its availability to the world (above). Only three units, but we say just buy the whole thing. [CurbedWire Inbox]

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN?Residents of 110 Livingston will soon have a place to get their Rooty Tooty Fresh 'N Fruity fix: "Drove by early Saturday morning - IHOP coming to corner of Livingston and Bond." Developing... [CurbedWire Inbox]

CHELSEA?Ladies and gentlemen, the rant of the day, re: One Ill Building: "Why hasn't anyone seemed to notice the "replica" gold-colored domes on the O'Neill Building at 6th Ave and 22nd St. look like plastic? I think they really are plastic, actually. They've been up for months now, and I can't understand why I don't hear people screaming as they walk by that the domes are PLASTIC! At first I thought that surely the domes were going to get some kind of cladding or leafing or something, but no. Those awful looking things are staying. How do you ruin a zillion dollar conversion project in a building with a landmark facade? Put huge plastic dome things on the corners. Honestly, am I the only one or is it pretty plain to everyone that the developers put plastic D-cups on the roof of their building? If I had spend $2 million plus to live there, I'd be furious. Why isn't anyone saying anything--or shouting anything?" Slightly outdated dome pic via Stu_Jo. [CurbedWire Inbox]

MISC. BROOKLYN?Broker Lindsay Wilson, who has obviously forgiven us, passes on word that the Brooklyn Paper gang is starting a real estate publication called Brooklyn Boom! Expect a lead story about One Prospect Park, a story about moving into J Condo and lists of recent BK sales. [CurbedWire Inbox]

110 Livingston

110 Livingston St, Brooklyn, NY 11201