100 Luquer Street didn’t end up selling last winter, when the problem-plagued high-rise was put on the market, so the original developer has decided to lease the building up as a rental himself. To that end, Corcoran has listed seven two-bedroom rentals priced from $3,500 to $5,500 a month. The whole building is still for sale at an asking price of $15.5 million. (We heard negotiations were under way to sell the building in February–guess not!) The rental approach comes after a brief effort at selling condos last fall for between $599,000 and $849,000.
100 Luquer Street Building on the Market, Going Rental [Brownstoner]
100 Luquer Officially Goes on Sale This Sunday [Brownstoner]
Coming Soon: Listings for Carroll Gardens’ 100 Luquer [Brownstoner]
Life at Formerly Stalled Luquer Street Sites [Brownstoner]
Reboot Under Way at 100 Luquer [Brownstoner] GMAP
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