The folks who brought you The Satori at 342 Bond Street in Gowanus changed marketing teams this week, switching from The Developers Group to Corcoran. While we suppose there’s no harm in trying something new when you’re not getting any traction, we doubt the 34-unit development’s problems have much to do with which broker is pitching its listings. We didn’t have the time or the historic data to figure out whether the switcheroo was accompanied by some significant price cuts, which seems like the far more important element in getting some of these things sold. When we checked in a month ago, there were only two units in contract and another six with contracts pending; as of today, there are
28 27 units for sale with Corcoran, suggesting that at least two of those pending contracts didn’t go through.
The Satori Listings [Corcoran] GMAP
Checking In On The Satori [Brownstoner]
Price Cuts at the Satori [Brownstoner]
Satori Condos Get the Chop [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 340 Bond Street [Brownstoner]
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