Columbia University bought a warehouse in the footprint of its planned West Harlem expansion for $14.8 million, according to property records. The 10-story warehouse, at 3247 Broadway, at 131st Street, is about 62,200 square feet. That leaves just two private landowners in the footprint for the school to buy out: Nick Sprayregen, who owns multiple storage buildings, and Gurnam Singh, who owns two gas stations.
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