Another chapter for the 23 Caton Place saga: This would-be condo building has been stalled for about four years and now it looks like the whole site is under foreclosure. This summer, the Windsor Terrace-Kensington Patch reported that the site sold and was back under construction. Public records show no sale, but the DOB approved this application for new building plans just this month. The real doozie is the foreclosure notice up on PropertyShark — check it out after the jump. The building’s still under ownership of “Caton on the Park LLC” and they’ve got a lien for $23,741,928. The auction will take place Nov. 9 at Kings County Supreme Court.
Development Watch: Work Resuming at 23 Caton? [Brownstoner]
At Last, Cleaning up 23 Caton Avenue [Brownstoner]
Trying to Make Lemonade of Lemons at 23 Caton [Brownstoner]
The Decline and Fall of 23 Caton Place [Brownstoner]
Little Progress on 23 Caton Place [Brownstoner] GMAP
Bank Sues Caton Place Developer [Brownstoner] DOB
Work Stops at Caton Place Condos [Brownstoner]
At 23 Caton Place, Laborers Labor on Labor Day [Brownstoner]
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