Three of four units are still available and pricing has changed (it’s higher) at 371 6th Avenue in Park Slope, a condo conversion by East River Partners that is almost complete. The top three floors are floor-through apartments with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and there’s a garden duplex with two bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The 2,069-square-foot duplex with a 600-square-foot garden has the highest asking price at $2,095,000; the second floor is $1,150,000; the third floor is $1,175,000; and the penthouse is going for $1,350,000. (Previously prices ranged from $1,050,000 to $1,800,000.)
One of the units is in contract, said a spokeswoman, although she did not specify which one. The renovation of the 19th-century brick four-family was originally anticipated to be completed this summer; now it looks like construction will wrap in the next two months, she said. Sales launched in April, according to a story we ran then, but the company says sales officially launched this week.