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Oval Plans For Chelsea YMCA.

Chelsea's McBurney YMCA will be converted into both a shelter for homeless children and high-end residential lofts following the $17.2 million sale of the historic building.

The McBurney YMCA will relocate from W. 23rd Street to the former Armory site on W. 14th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues. The Armory, which is now being torn down, will be the future home of a major retailer as well as two residential towers.

The YMCA decided to sell the building more than a year ago.

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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:Aug 30, 2000
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