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400 Fifth Ave. 60% Sold; First Time Home Buyer Crash Course

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MIDTOWN?The private condos at 400 Fifth Avenue, located atop the Setai Hotel at 36th Street, are 60 percent sold. The residences include "finely crafted Italian wood cabinetry, hand-laid black oak flooring, stone countertops, and state-of-the-art appliances," and building amenities include home catering, valet parking, linen and turndown service, housekeeping, a fitness center, and on-call doctors, dentists, and pharmacists. Nine units are still available, including the exorbitantly priced $32 million penthouse. [Curbedwire Inbox; previously]

STATEN ISLAND?The Guggenheim Museum is taking its programming to the Staten Island waterfront this summer for the latest "Stillspotting nyc" series. The program creates site-specific works in all five boroughs, and for this one, two artists have created audio walking tours in the St. George and New Brighton neighborhoods. Tours take place July 14–15, July 21–22, July 28–29, and August 4–5, and they leave from the Staten Island Ferry Terminal. [Curbedwire Inbox; official]

WILLIAMSBURG?Want to buy a house but have no clue what you're doing? On Tuesday, June 12, Brooklyn Brewery will host "Buying into Brooklyn," a $5 event with four real estate experts who will "explain what it takes to find the right home, make the right offer, get into contract, secure the right financing, and close, all without having a nervous breakdown." Even if you're not interested in mortgages and finding the right lender, go for the food: there will be free hotdogs from the Meat Hook. [Curbedwire Inbox; Brooklyn Based]

The Setai Fifth Avenue

400 5th Ave., New York, NY 10018