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CurbedWire: Nolita Firesale, Crane Collapse Quiet

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NOLITA?A special Curbed correspondent sends in this shot of a sign outside BApple Realty on Prince Street in Soho. Desperate times? [CurbedWire Inbox]

TURTLE BAY?Over at 303 East 51st Street, the site of the tragic and fatal crane collapse that touched off a wave of overdevelopment criticism and a high-profile resignation or two, a reader has some questions: "I live near the crane collapse site and walk by it every day on my way to work. It’s been more than a month since the crane collapse, and now the site is quiet. No workers, just a security guard. I also noticed that Reliance Construction Group has vacated its storefront office on Second Avenue between 51 and 52 (they were using the former space of a restaurant called Fusia). What’s going to happen to the site? Will it basically remain in limbo for years? And is Reliance Construction Group out of the picture?" [CurbedWire Inbox]