A pedestrian walks by Starbucks and Premier Properties on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue South as Rhonda Greenwell, left, of New Albany, Indiana, and her two-year-old daughter, play in the wishing fountain on Monday, July 2, 2007.  Jack Antaramian's company developed the building, along with several others on 5th Avenue South, and has sold a number of the properties to New  York-based Black Rock, a global investment management, risk management and advisory services company. 'I've had (the properties) for several years,' Antaramian said. 'It just made sense to sell them and to move on to other things.'

Photo by TRISTAN SPINSKI, Daily News

A pedestrian walks by Starbucks and Premier Properties on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue South as Rhonda Greenwell, left, of New Albany, Indiana, and her two-year-old daughter, play in the wishing fountain on Monday, July 2, 2007. Jack Antaramian's company developed the building, along with several others on 5th Avenue South, and has sold a number of the properties to New York-based Black Rock, a global investment management, risk management and advisory services company. "I've had (the properties) for several years," Antaramian said. "It just made sense to sell them and to move on to other things."

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