After everything that 163 Washington Avenue's Finger of Clinton Hill has been through?including three appearances before the Board of Standards and Appeals and a fight with the neighbors?we're surprised that now is the moment the developers are caving. It was all going so well: the Karl Fischer-designed building had finally hit the market, and 35 or 40 percent of the 49 units, priced up to $767,000, were in contract. But Brownstoner discovers that the building may have been sold. A 'Stoner forum poster passes along an e-mail from the building sales rep saying that all units are off the market and deposits are being returned due to the sale. The new owners plan on going the rental route, which will do absolutely nothing at all to appease still-bitter neighbors.
· 163 Washington Sold, Going Rental? ['Stoner]
· Finger of Clinton Hill Extends Buyers Some Prices, Finally [Curbed]