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After years of construction, we're finally able to predict what the retail complex at Bedford Avenue and N. 7th Street will look like—Brownstoner snapped the above photo of the site's fence.
Renderings reveal a glassy ground floor surrounded by pale-colored bricks, masking all traces of its former life as a Salvation Army store, which closed in 2012. Curbed NY reports that the property sold a mere month ago, for $36 million, which sounds like a lot, but still doesn't beat that $40 million retail property one block over.
Here's what it used to look like, courtesy of the Brooklyn Paper: