The Real Deal New York

Seventh Avenue storefronts will remain dilapidated until tenant signs

November 20, 2008 11:52AM

Two empty storefronts at 79-81 Seventh Avenue in Park Slope, destroyed in
a fire in 2004, won’t be renovated until a tenant signs a lease for
the space,
said David Chemtob, the buildings’ owner. Chemtob had hired an architecture
firm, Fogarty & Finger, to rebuild the space and give it a glass
facade,
but since a contract with a prospective tenant fell through, Chemtob no
longer plans
to go through with the construction. 


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