The development at 614 7th Avenue, an earlier design of which caused headline-grabbing outrage over the views it would have blocked between the Minerva statue in Green-Wood Cemetery and the Statue of Liberty, is moving along and the listings are already on the Corcoran site. In its current incarnation, the project is composed of 11 townhouses. The 14-foot-wide houses are priced at $1,100,000, if you can believe it. Hard to see how that happens. A close-up of the facades is on the jump.
614 7th Avenue [Corcoran] GMAP
322 23rd Street [Corcoran] GMAP
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