, the "condominiums with imagination" development near Penn Station built by Streuver Bros. Eccles and Rouse in conjunction with CJUF--Canyon Johnson Urban Funds--a real-estate development company that invests in underserved urban neighborhoods. CJUF is a joint venture between Canyon Capital Realty Advisors and Earvin "Magic" Johnson. According to the tax-sale site, Streuver and CJUF II 1209 LLC own the units, which have tax liens ranging from $304 for a 180 square-foot space in the building (unit P 38B) to $17,428.59 for a 1,627 square-foot condo (unit 413). The companies have until May 1 to pay the tax debt, and if they fail to do so, all of the tax liens on the properties are up for grabs--bidders that win them at auction must give the owners a chance to redeem the properties by paying back the tax lien at 18 percent interest, plus fees and penalties incurred by the tax-lien purchaser. If the owner of the property doesn't pay up, the owner of the lien can take the issue to court and ask a circuit court judge to issue a foreclosure on the property.