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Yet another reason to spring for the IBJ online subscription … Find out all the details on Keystone Construction's plans for a $40 million project with high-end apartments and retail space at the northwest corner of 86th Street and Keystone Avenue. A Whole Foods market and condos had been planned for the site a few years earlier. Keystone acquired the site from the FDIC, which wound up owning the 12.6 acres after Irwin Union bank failed in 2009. Neighborhood groups are expected to oppose the development. The full story is here. (Subscription required.)
Also, in case you haven't watched the wall-to-wall coverage of the demolition of Keystone Towers on local television news, check out IBJ's own video and a little building history here.