The Landmarks Preservation Commission kept sending the developer and architect back to the drawing board to revamp plans for 104-106 South Street, so maybe the developer got fed up with the whole process? He has sold off the building for $7.3 million, according to a deed that hit public record last week, to a Water Mill-based LLC. A tipster hears that the buyer is David Silvera of Silvera Properties, a Hamptons developer. It's unclear what this means for the proposed green roofs and other elements of the BKSK Architects design. Anyone know?
· 104-106 South Street coverage [Curbed]