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Introducing the Toshi Mobile; Harlem's Douglass 60% Sold; More!

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WILLIAMSBURG?The Hotel Toshi network of apartments being operated as short-term rentals has drawn the ire of plenty of neighbors lately. But at least the streets are safe from Toshi's influence right? Er... [CurbedWire Inbox]

HARLEM?FDB's The Douglass hit the market at the end of '09, and recent Harlem Gold Coast reports pegged the 38-unit building as 50% sold. Here's fresh intel: The building is now 61% sold (rounding up is so hot these days). Remaining units range in size from 762 to 1,322 square feet and in price from $499,000 - $839,000. [CurbedWire Inbox]

MIDTOWN?Not that we're complaining about a chance to get drunk for free, but the reactions around Curbed HQ to the invitations just sent out for a grand opening party at One Bryant Park, aka the Bank of America Tower, all pretty much boiled down to this: Didn't the thing open like two years ago? Kinda! According to the Durst Organization, the tower opened in 2008 but it's "expected to be completed early in 2010." The more you know. [CurbedWire Inbox]

The Douglass Condominium

2110 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY