I received another update on Noma:
The building has, indeed, been delayed another 2-3 months. A friend of mine who also just backed out had a (3rd) closing date of June 4th bumped to July 30th, but that was assuming they could get a temporary COO from the city. If not, his new date would be 3-4 weeks after that… nearly a year since the first floors were originally supposed to close.
We also heard from the management team that the reason it was taking a bit longer to get the recission papers signed around was that the developer just fired the project manager.