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Sterling Mason's Olden Days; Checking In on the Domino Site

TRIBECA?Morris Adjmi's very-much-under-construction building the Sterling Mason is going to have a sleek half-glass, half-aluminum facade and units priced up to $20 million apiece. And yeah, even though it looks like a decrepit shell right now, reps sent over a photo of the original 1905 warehouse that used to stand on the southeast corner of Laight and Washington. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

UPPER EAST SIDE & FIDI/BATTERY PARK CITY?Some quick 'n' dirty progress reports: East 88th Street's Philip House has begun closings, and folks have even moved in. Seven new units (including two maisonettes) will hit the market in October. Heading downtown, 225 Rector Place is now 90 percent sold and about to unleash its final crop of units unto the market. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously (Philip House and 225 Rector)]

WILLIAMSBURG?Even though it has yet to be green-lit by the City Planning Commission, it seems like Two Trees' Domino sugar factory megaproject is making some kind of progress in the meantime. A tipster sent in the photo above with this commentary: "They just installed barricades and a tall fence on Kent Ave." [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

Sterling Mason

71 Laight Street, New York, NY

225 Rector Place

225 Rector Place, New York, NY 10006