The Sackett Union condos in Carroll Gardens have sold out, and in almost no time. Units first hit the market in September. The cheapest unit was a 1,128-square-foot two bedroom listed for $1,105,000 and the priciest, a four-bedroom penthouse unit for $3,100,000. The building’s amenities include a roof terrace, fitness center, playroom, storage room and parking with select residences. In January we reported that the 32 unit condo complex was more than 70 percent sold. When renderings were revealed, commenters had mixed opinions. Said one, “No there isn’t anything wrong with modern in the middle of historic but there are many things wrong with that hideous thing. It would have been easy to do a lot better.” Another reader said, “the floor plans are good, and the amenities are like nothing else in the area. I saw the model unit, it was very nice. Prices look good compared to current new developments in Brooklyn Heights.” Seems like buyers agreed with this commenter. Buyers are expected to be able to occupy the building in the fall.
And we just uncovered a few renderings (above and after the jump) of the townhouses that are part of the project. The townhomes, 11 in all, range from a five bedroom home at $3,300,000 to a six bedroom at $3,800,000. They all include parking and outdoor space (gardens and roof decks) ranging from about 1,200 to 1,500 square feet. So far two townhouses have sold according to the Sackett Union website. Here’s a floor plan for one. Click through for more renderings.
Renderings and Listings Appear for the Sackett Union [Brownstoner]
Sackett Union Condos are Selling Fast [Brownstoner]