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Photo: HFZ Capital

A teaser site is out for HFZ Capital’s rental-to-coop conversion of The Chatsworth in the Upper West Side.

Located at 344 West 72nd Street, the Beaux Arts property was first constructed in 1904 and acquired by HFZ in December 2012 for $150 million. The approximately 159 rental units in the building will be pared down to 50 co-ops, according to Curbed.

The residences will include one-bedrooms to five-bedrooms, along with townhouse and penthouse units. Pricing ranges from $2 million to more than $10 million, according to the teaser site.

Before the sale to HFZ, the russet-facade Chatsworth had been owned by the family of Lenore Dean for almost seven decades.

The original architect, John E. Scharsmith, embellished the facade with “hand-sculpted cherubs, fruit and stags — layering allegory and intrigue upon limestone,” the official site proclaims. Hence, the stag-tacular logo below. Now, what’s the status on that rooftop addition?

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