As BuzzBuzz Home points out, new permits filed with the Department of Buildings by architects of record Goldstein, Hill & West call for some changes to under-construction Tribeca condo tower 111 Murray Street. While the plan for the David Rockwell/David Mann/Edmund Hollander-designed building was originally a 66-story, 857-foot tower with 139 units, the new permits list it as 62 stories, 784 feet, and 154 units. Less space and more apartments likely does not bode well for the high end-ness of said apartments, nor does the fact that we're still waiting on sales to launch after they appeared to be on the cusp of launching in February. In May, a Chinese insurance company made a "high nine digits" investment in the project.
[UPDATE: The sales were actually always set to launch in late spring.]