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Doorman and Woman of the Year; 2280 FDB is 90% Sold

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HARLEM?The 12-story 2280 Frederick Douglas Boulevard condo building in Harlem is 90 percent sold. Brokerage MNS reports that 2280 FDB attracted about 75 percent of its residents from other neighborhoods, "a good portion of them from Chelsea alone." Pricing for the remaining units in the building starts at $1.2 million for two-bedrooms, and there are also three-bedrooms and two penthouses with private outdoor space remaining. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

NEW YORK CITY?The people who make our buildings function will be honored tonight at the Annual Building Service Workers of the Year Awards. The event honors doorpersons, security officers, stadium, theater, commercial office and school cleaners, handymen, and other building service workers. The best doorman and doorwoman will be named, and a special awarded will be presented to Jose Repollet, who has worked for more than 50 years as a porter. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN?Earlier this summer, the Brooklyner instituted a wristband policy for its rooftop terrace and public spaces. Now, the building is trying to get residents to use the wristbands by making them valuable for more than just access to their own building amenities. A resident passed a long a recent email announcing the wristband are good for 50 percent off drinks and food at Dining Room this Saturday. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]