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Condo-ification of Former Children's Aid Society Is Underway

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It's been more than two years since the Children's Aid Society sold off a couple of its Greenwich Village buildings, and the condo conversion of the Sullivan Street properties is moving right on schedule. Broad Street Development began construction last summer, and now the Real Deal reports that Douglas Elliman Development Marketing has been tapped to market the condos. And what will those condos be like?

That's still unclear since the developer and brokers would not reveal details, but Department of Buildings filing show there will be 25 units over seven stories, with several duplexes. Broker Fredrik Eklund told the Real Deal that most units would have access to private outdoor space, and the DOB records indicate a roof deck. The project will "incorporate" the original buildings while also erecting a new structure; much to the chagrin of neighbors, the original Calvert Vaux-designed buildings are not landmarked. Everyone was mum on pricing, and they aren't planning to reveal more details until the sales office opens in the first quarter of 2014. Until then, we are left to ponder what will be "one of the most talked about new developments in the city."
· Developer to Bring 25-unit Condo to Sullivan Street Site [TRD]
· Children's Aid Society coverage [Curbed]
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