We’ve covered, along with the rest of the real estate world, every development in the agonizingly drawn-out process of turning One Madison Park into an operational Manhattan condo, with little to show for it in terms of resolution -- though we now have some surprisingly intriguing (and sometimes exasperating) stories about the complications of real estate law. The legal limbo of One Madison has been frustrating considering how impressive this Manhattan condominium is, with a prime Gramercy location, notable architecture and covetous amenities. But today is a different kind of day. We have the happy task of reporting that this case of real estate stasis is apparently over -- or at least closer to over than ever before. A bankruptcy court judge in Delaware has recently approved a settlement that would resolve most of the financial claims bogging down One Madison, and grant official ownership jointly to the firms Related Companies and HFZ Capital.