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The Latest on 250 Bowery; EVill Horse Market Landmarked

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LOWER EAST SIDE—250 Bowery's early days as an imagined geothermal steel-clad boutique hotel are long behind it, and the building is nearing the starting line of its sales period. Above is one of the latest renderings of the Lower East Side reflected in the building's grid-like fenestration designed by architects Adjmi & Andreoli. One and 2BR loft condos start at $700K, while duplex condos begin at $2.7 million. We are informed that there are 400+ people already on the waiting list. [Curbedwire Inbox; 250 Bowery coverage]

NYC—The Landmarks Preservation Commission designated the former house auction market building at 128 East 13th Street a landmark this afternoon, along with a Sears store in Flatbush. The equine auction market building was also once the studio workshop of sculptor Frank Stella. [Curbedwire Inbox; previously]

250 Bowery

250 Bowery, New York, NY 10012