As building owners sought to avoid fiscal cliff worries and potential tax changes at the end of 2012, buyers swooped in to take properties off their hands in a win/win for all concerned. Some of these properties are lots that will be home to new condos, others are existing rental buildings that will be refurbished and, perhaps, converted to condos in the future. We've collected 'em on a map to give an idea of some new residential buildings and rental upgrades where apartments might be up for grabs in the coming years. Know of one we missed? Please let us know via the tipline or in comments.
· Curbed Maps archive [Curbed]