That’s all, folks. The Enrique Norten-designed Park Slope condo building at 580 Carroll Street has sold out. And so ends a dramatic saga with the Board of Standards and Appeals, big price bumps, and a broker switch. A Corcoran broker reports that the last two units on the market, 4B and 1A, are either in contract or have received an offer. (Asking prices on those units: $1,046,250 and $959,500.) Corcoran took over sales this March, with ten of the seventeen units still available.
New Broker for 580 Carroll Street; 10 Units Left to Sell [Brownstoner]
10 Units Spoken for at 580 Carroll [Brownstoner]
Checking in on 580 Carroll [Brownstoner]
580 Carroll Prices Going Up [Brownstoner] GMAP
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