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Williamsburg Townhomes Mostly Sold; Wood Homes in NYC

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WILLIAMSBURG—The Williamsburg Townhomes, developed by Magnum Real Estate Group, are now 75 percent sold. The 12, four-story residences at 131-153 North Third Street hit the market in July. The 1,892-square-foot homes all come with an additional 957 square feet of private outdoor space. Pricing starts at $2.38 million. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]

GREENWICH VILLAGE—The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is hosting a lecture about the wooden houses that still stand throughout the historic neighborhood. Historian Elizabeth Finkelstein and preservation architect Michael Devonshire will discuss their histories, as well as how these homes of a bygone era have survived. The talk will take place on Wednesday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Village Community School. Reservations are required. [CurbedWire inbox]

BROOKLYN NAVY YARD—The Manhattes Group has sold off four contiguous parcels of land spanning 22,675 square feet across from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The lots—located at 278 Flushing Avenue, 11 Grand Avenue, 15 Grand Avenue, and 17 Grand Avenue—sold for $7 million, or $155 per buildable square foot. They are currently occupied by four, one-story industrial buildings. [CurbedWire inbox]