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75 Essex Returns for Third Try; Brooklyner Gets Caffeinated

LOWER EAST SIDE?The market hasn't been extremely friendly to 75 Essex Street, which the Eisner Brothers hoped to sell to Madonna or a developer with a condo conversion in mind. Two listings at $18 million have failed to move the property, but hey, it's not true unless the results are repeatable. So the building's on the market again, for the same $18 million ask. Remember, developers, the conversion could be "akin to Nolita's Candle Building." [CurbedWire Inbox]

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN?For anyone concerned about coffee-deprived Brooklyner residents, worry no more. A tipster with the inside scoop on the building passes along the following memo from management:

Dear Residents, The Coffee Essence Java Bar located at 139 Lawrence Street, in partnership with the Brooklyner Management Team, cordially invites you for a tasting of Stumptown Coffee, Saturday, September 17th, from 10:00am - 2:00pm in the lobby. The tasting will include a variety of flavors offered by Stumptown Roasters. Stumptown Coffees are Direct Trade roasted coffee derived from handpicked Arabica Coffee seed varietals, which are the highest rated, and produces the best coffee in the world. The coffee Essence Java Bar are committed to guarantee the purity of the coffee, and to providing note worthy quality. This event is for Brooklyner residents and their guests only. All is right with the world! [CurbedWire Inbox]