We remember when this elegant row house was an empty shell, sitting for years and years. Finally, it sold for $500,000 in February of 2012, and the new owners promptly set about converting it to condos. Now the four new units are on the market for a collective price of $3,150,000! The two-bedroom apartments range from $750,000 to $875,000 individually. The timing may turn out in the favor of the sellers, since this area — right on the Clinton Hill border — has recently seen some big price increases. How do you like the look of the new units and what do you think of the prices? Click through to the jump for a look at the building before conversion.
Units in Bed Stuy Conversion Hit Market [Curbed]
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Finally, a Gut Renovation for 290 Greene Avenue [Brownstoner]
Interior Photo by Corcoran
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