We first reported three weeks ago that the Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza (2101 Emmons Ave.) was sold for a record-breaking $24 million. In response to the news we heard a lot of concern from the community that the building might be torn down and replaced with – you guessed it – condos. Well, The Real Deal is now reporting that the new owners – “a group of local and European investors” – plan to keep it a retail center. One less fear, I guess, for a building that already has quite a sordid history (more on that later).

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