A building that used to house hospital staff of the defunct St. Vincent's hospital has been sold, according to the The Real Deal. Stonehenge Partners bought the red brick blight-on-the-history-of-architecture for $67 million, and plans to somehow transform it into appealing rental apartments. The gut-renovation will be done by the Office for Design & Architecture firm. Don't be mislead by the absurdly generic name; the Observer reports this firm is behind the dramatic and rather terrible "glassing" of the Union Square Tiffany & Co. building. The former St. Vincent's building, on Sixth Ave between 15th and 16th St, will most likely look absolutely nothing like it does now once ODA is through with it.