Last we looked, 515 5th Avenue was a hot, green property, with a green roof and bamboo flooring (pretty standard for green, but enough to use the term as a marketing tool). The six-story building with 15 residential units includes ground-floor retail that's still not rented out, but all but two of the units have been sold. What's left? A 1,110-square-foot three bedroom for $875,000, that went on the market in April for $995,000, and a similar unit, one floor down, that listed in April for $994,000 and is now $865,000; both were reduced nine weeks ago. Three units are in contract, including one that took a $100,000 price cut five months ago. Think prices have further to fall here? And whatever will become of the ground floor retail space?
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