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HAVE YOU HEARD? Corcoran listing Philip Seymour Hoffman apartment; Karim Rashid, the HAP-py designer

CORCORAN has listed the two-bedroom West Village apartment where the late Philip Seymour Hoffman died.
Arlyne Blitz has the listing for rent at $10,500. The apartment at 35 Bethune Street has wood-beamed ceilings, strip oak floors, and a wood-burning fireplace.

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Award-winning real estate agent Renée Fishman will lead a free seminar for REBNY members on April 4.
The seminar, entitled “Running Your Business From Apps: Essential Tools For Today’s Agent,” will focus on what agents need to know in order to be successful in today’s technology-driven world.
The seminar will be taking place in Founders Hall at St. Francis College, 182 Remsen Street, Brooklyn.
Breakfast & Networking begins at 9:00 a.m., and the program itself begins at 9:30 a.m. Registration is only available through www.rebny.com.

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HAP Investments has tapped Karim Rashid to design two more buildings in East Harlem, HAP FOUR N.Y. in Harlem and HAP SIX N.Y. in Inwood.

KARIM RASHID
KARIM RASHID

The industrial designer who is based in New York has been working with HAP since 2012 and has also designed the colorful HAP FIVE, at 329 Pleasant Avenue.

Rendering of 329 Pleasant Ave.
Rendering of 329 Pleasant Ave.

Rashid says HAP FOUR, a 100-unit building at 653 West 187th Street will “embrace the democratization of design.”
HAP SIX N.Y., at 1653-1655 Madison Avenue, is an eight story building that will include 20 apartments with office and commercial space at street level.
“I believe in moving the trends away from tired archetypes, and cold minimalism. Spaces should have a pulse, should sing and come alive around you, so that we feel inspired at revitalized,” added Rashid.

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