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West Village Foundling on the Market (With Floorplans); More!

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WEST VILLAGE—The downtown outpost of the New York Foundling is officially on the market, asking $47.5 million. True to the hype, the massive, 19,000-square-foot building is being marketed by superbroker Dolly Lenz as a single-family residential conversion. The official listing boasts six floorplans for the buildings cellar, four above-grade floors, and roof, as well as a rendering of what the site could look like after renovation. No surprise Lenz, who teamed up with firm Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel for the imagining, sees a glass elevator as appropriate for the building that currently hosts programs for children and families in need. [StreetEasy; previously]

COBBLE HILL—Seven of the nine homes that comprise the Townhouses of Cobble Hill development at 110-126 Congress Street have sold. The Landmarks-approved, three- to five-bedroom homes went on the market in May and are priced between $3.65 million and $4.2 million. The townhouses were developed by JMH Development and Madison Estates and Properties, and designed by Adjmi and Andreoli. ['Stoner; previously]