100 Clark Street earned notoriety over the past decade for its poor condition and the failure of its owner to do anything about it. The issue came to a head in 2008 when the DOB ordered the long-time tenants to vacate their way-under-market rent-stabilized apartments because the condition of the building had become “imminently perilous.” In fact, it was determined to be so perilous that DOB tore down a portion of the building, a move that resulted in the owner suing DOB, LPC and a couple of contracting companies with a $18,000,000 lawsuit. (Pleasant.) In April of this year, the suit was dismissed by New York State Supreme Court. The owner put the property on the market in April, initially without a listing price and then for $2,000,000. Massey Knakal, the listing broker, just announced yesterday that the property had sold in an all cash transaction for $1,250,000.
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