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Art Deco Landmark Landmarked; ONE48 Over Half Sold

MIDTOWN EAST—Warren & Wetmore Art Deco classic the Madison Belmont Building was landmarked today by the LPC. The 18-story building forms an L at the southeast corner of Madison and 34th Street and was constructed in 1924-5, before the wave of Art Deco skyscrapers and office buildings hit New York in the late 20s and 30s. A French ironsmith who pioneered the style in Paris designed the "ornate iron and bronze frames, grilles, figures, and doors" that gild the building, quite a leap from the firm's other work (ahem, Grand Central). [CurbedWire Inbox]

GRAMERCY—New-to-the-ballgame condo development ONE48 is 51% sold after 16 weeks on the market, according to brokers at Halstead. The glassy 14-story building with a robot heart has 27 of the 55 units remaining, with studios, one- and two-bedroom units ranging from $599,000 to $899,000. [CurbedWire Inbox]


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