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First Look Inside Landmark-Replacing West Village Condos

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Progress on the condo rising at the site of a razed West Village building—a shoo-in in the area's historic district that was deemed unworthy of the blanket designation—is moving right along after a long back-and-forth with the Landmarks Commission over its design. The BKSK-designed building at 175 West 10th Street is now on the rise, and readying for its early 2016 sales launch with a new teaser site. Along with word of the building's teaser site comes a first look inside the boutique development. If there was any doubt of the development's status as luxe, it's worth noting that celeb broker Fredrik Eklund and partner John Gomes have been tapped to lead sales.

The building formerly known as 130 Seventh Avenue South will have five floor-through units measuring 2,500 square feet including a duplex penthouse on its sixth and seventh floors. Greystone in joint venture with Continental Ventures and Itzhaki Acquisitions are developing the property.

The questionable landmark was razed in March, and construction is expected to wrap up at the site by the end of the year.
· 175 West 10th Street [official]
· All 130 Seventh Avenue South coverage [Curbed]