107 Prospect Park West Sells Out in 28 Days


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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  • i wonder if developers will take the hint. which generic modernist glass box development has sold out in less than a month with hundreds of people on a waiting list recently? i don’t recall any.

    architects and developers have somehow convinced everyone that no one wants traditional/classical architecture anymore, but there is clearly a high demand for it. i wish there were more conversions like this — classic finishes, real hardwood floors, tasteful white kitchens and baths, but with central air and soundproofing and all the modern conveniences.

    and the floorplans were good — even the smallest unit looked lovely with its own private courtyard.

    • no-permits

      isn’t the private courtyard the area in front of the building? it might be exclusive to this unit, but it is barely private haha.

      but you’re right about this place. builders and architects need to take a better look at what people want.

    • no-permits

      isn’t the private courtyard the area in front of the building? it might be exclusive to this unit, but it is barely private haha.

      but you’re right about this place. builders and architects need to take a better look at what people want.

  • Wow. The Daily News says the 2200 sq ft garden/1st duplex went for $2.6M. That’s pretty amazing price for a lower floor condo (dark, foot steps above, not as much privacy) rather than a house. And we recently bought a similarly priced, renovated single family very close to this which everyone said was too expensive…

  • 2.6M for a 2200sq ft apartment where most of the sq footage is below grade??? I dont care the location, its absolutely insane, congrats to the developer and my condolences to the buyer.

  • 2.6M for a 2200sq ft apartment where most of the sq footage is below grade??? I dont care the location, its absolutely insane, congrats to the developer and my condolences to the buyer.

  • cp

    wow! the market there is on fire.

  • Wow indeed! These are well over $1000 psf prices so that’s a bit of a shock given how far south this is and the school zone. Almost $1200 a foot for that garden duplex if they actually got 2.6 million?! Incredible actually but goes to show that people really like these high end conversions. I have to wonder if now that Park Slope is the largest historic district in NYC if prices will continue to push up even further. What are the other 895 people who were on that waiting list buying exactly?

  • brownstoneshalfoff

    Who bought ‘em, a zombie? Wow, one unit sells for almost the purchase of the raw building!

    ***Half Peak Comps Euroding***

  • The super-prime location of PPW in Center Slope is the big factor in these prices. Not everyone cares about the zoned public elementary school.

  • I just think that when you are paying 1M or over, YOU should be able to pick out the kitchen & bathroom of your dreams, not the developer. I just don’t understand that????

    It is nice reno, layouts aren’t terrible for today’s standards, which are usually horrible. Windows in all the rooms.

    I am a little disappointed though that the windows are white on the inside and bronze on the outside, I like the look of the bronze from the inside also… glad I have them, matches my decor better…..just sayin’………………

  • I just think that when you are paying 1M or over, YOU should be able to pick out the kitchen & bathroom of your dreams, not the developer. I just don’t understand that????

    It is nice reno, layouts aren’t terrible for today’s standards, which are usually horrible. Windows in all the rooms.

    I am a little disappointed though that the windows are white on the inside and bronze on the outside, I like the look of the bronze from the inside also… glad I have them, matches my decor better…..just sayin’………………

  • slopemope

    yeah, who wants to wake up across from the park. yaaaawn. (j/k lol). this sh!t really is on fire.

  • Brooklyn the new Manhattan. Will the real brooklynites please stand up… pack your bags and move to queens.