We haven’t noticed much for sale at The Forte in Fort Greene since the new development sold out after recession-inspired across-the-board price cuts back in late 2009. This two-bedroom unit on the fourth floor apparently was one of the apartments that sold before the market collapsed: According to StreetEasy, it traded for$783,034 in January 2008. Now the 1,300-square-foot pad is back on the market and asking $845,000, which comes out to about $650 per foot. Assuming you like the rounded living room, the layout looks both nice and efficient. Think they’ll get their price?
230 Ashland Place #4C [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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