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Supersized Park Slope Building Looks for Condo Cash

It's a scientifically proven fact that Park Slope is New York City's best neighborhood for living (as opposed to dying, which is the Upper East Side), so any remaining tiny rundown commercial buildings in the area are way more valuable as spiffy new condos. Like the former garage at 288 7th Street, which Brownstoner reveals has just undergone some hefty plastic surgery and emerged bulked up with duplex condos. 'Stoner ain't feeling the design ("more Disney than Old New York"), but given what the nearby Fourth Avenue development boom has given us to date, we're not so down on the retro vibe.
· Retro Thinking Gone Wild at 288 7th Street [Brownstoner]