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Old soap factory cleaning up

By Liana Grey
At Kirkman Lofts, a former soap factory in DUMBO, Brooklyn that was recently converted into condos, northern-facing units overlook a Con Edison power plant. Rather than detract from sales, the maze of steam pipes and machinery — and the stunning bridge and skyline views beyond it — have been a draw for creative types that see beauty in all things industrial. “It’s a sculpture garden,” joked Roberta Benzilio, director of Brooklyn sales at Halstead, the firm tasked with marketing the building.

Brokers Weekly, Featured »

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For Elliman’s Scott Kreitzer, jazz and apartments

By Roslyn Lo

For saxophonist Scott Kreitzer, life exists beyond the visceral—the world’s foundation may be built on science, mathematics and facts, but at the heart of the matter is soul. As a jazz musician and newcomer at Prudential Douglas Elliman, Kreitzer is now breathing life and passion into real estate. The daily grind of being musician demands flexibility, which spurred Kreitzer’s decision to become a broker.

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Related and BLDG Management buy 123 Third retail for $11.05 million

By Roland Li

The Related Companies and Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management have purchased the retail space at 123 Third Avenue, a new 19-story condo at 14th Street, for $11.05 million, according to city records. According to the deed, Related’s Yukon 123, LLC, and BLDG Management’s BLDG 123 Third Ave LLC will each have a 50% stake in the property.

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