Is it possible that the dilapidated Park Slope building on the corner of 7th Avenue and 2nd Street is finally in the hands of new owners? A tipster says he has confirmed that the property sold late last week, “in a closing that lasted all night.” He did not have any more details beyond that. The (former?) owners struggled with a long foreclosure battle, not to mention the ire of Park Slope residents. They’ve also tried to fill the ground-floor space, but without much success. If the building has indeed sold, this is definitely a neighborhood game-changer: this is one of the last eyesore properties left in the Slope. Have any more details? Send them our way.
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