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CurbedWire: Mill Building's Netting, Columbus Circle Prices, Ludlow Rents, Weekly Babs

WILLIAMSBURG—The Mill Building in Williamsburg apparently ran afoul of the Department of Buildings with--are you ready?--an unauthorized net that turned out to be okay after all. The tipster who forwarded the photo of the verboten netting writes, "Here's the netting that, according to the BIS website, is without permit." The misunderstanding was cleared up yesterday. [CurbedWire Inbox]

COLUMBUS CIRCLE—The tipster who noted the sale price of 1845 Broadway writes, "Sure, living inside the Time Warner or Trump Int'l buildings are expensive and give you the lap of luxury. But who needs that when you can slum it for nearly $2,400/sf across the street? The itsy-bitsy-teeny-weeny 1845 Broadway office building -- nestled on the west side of the street between West 60th and West 61st -- sold for $36,000,000." Total buildable square footage comes to 54,310. The buyer, Eastgate Properties likes Manhattan property a great deal. [CurbedWire Inbox]

LOWER EAST SIDE—As a follow-up to yesterday's post about The Ludlow, more information has come our way: 1BRs start at $3,600 a month. The tipster who passed on the information write, "ridiculously expensive (big surprise)." [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—Don't look now, but September 7 is the date for the debut of the "Ask Barbara" column in the Daily News. The column by "Famed Real Estate Entrepreneur Barbara Corcoran" as the email puts it, is going to run in the Home Section. We can hardly contain ourselves awaiting our Weekly Babs. [CurbedWire Inbox]