Last Friday the Daily News and Curbed reported that all five units have sold at 107 Prospect Park West, less than one month after it hit the market. Apparently there was a 900-name waiting list of prospective buyers. Prices began at $515,000 for a 547-square-foot one-bed and ranged from $1,095,000 to $2,310,000 for four other two-, three-, and four-bedroom units. 107 PPW had been a long-abandoned mansion built as a one-family abode and chopped up into eight units. It sold for $2.7 million in June 2011.
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