Behind the mixed-income rental building they built together earlier this decade, Strategic Development and IBEC are considering erecting six new brownstones from the ground up on a now-vacant lot. In case that sounds completely nuts in this environment, the developers are only going to do it if they find some buyers upfront, so they’ve hired Corcoran Sunshine to test the waters. Are there buyers out there looking to spend up to $4 million for a new 5,000-square-foot pad on the Downtown side of Boerum Hill?
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