Looks like the saga of 100 Luquer Street, a.k.a the Carroll Gardens Finger, isn’t over yet: A broker involved with the marketing the development as a condo tells us the entire property is for sale, and it’s being pitched as a rental. A few private investors have already expressed interest in the tower, and a deal is expected to be signed by the end of the year. Condo sales at 100 Luquer Street went live this October, but StreetEasy shows that MNS Real Estate pulled all listings last week. The two-bedrooms for sale were priced between $599,000 and $849,000, and some contracts are said to have been in negotiation.
100 Luquer Officially Goes on Sale This Sunday [Brownstoner]
Coming Soon: Listings for Carroll Gardens’ 100 Luquer [Brownstoner]
100 Luquer [Official Site]
Life at Formerly Stalled Luquer Street Sites [Brownstoner]
Reboot Under Way at 100 Luquer [Brownstoner] GMAP
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