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One Vandam Gets Signage; Bed-Stuy's New Fulton Street

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SOHO?One Vandam, the Sixth Avenue building that grew larger thanks to air rights from its nonprofit neighbor, announced itself to the neighborhood today with new construction signage. The 14-story tower by BKSK Architects will hold 25 condos ranging from 1,000 to and 5,000-square-feet large. Sales will launch this fall, and it should be ready for occupancy in early 2015. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT?Next Tuesday, Bed-Stuy will cut the ribbon on the $20 million makeover of a one-mile long stretch of Fulton Street. The redevelopment created wifi-equipped pedestrian plazas, redesigned Restoration Plaza, and added new green space, plus venues for cultural events. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]

LONG ISLAND CITY?Socrates Sculpture Park fall exhibition opens this weekend with site-specific works from 15 "artists to watch." It's the park's 17th annual Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, which showcases young artists that worked in the park's outdoor studio throughout the summer. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]