Seeing as this three-family brick building at 934 Pacific Street consists of three two-bedroom floor-through railroad apartments and probably always did, it’s probably best considered as an investment property. A buyer could probably make some minor cosmetic adjustments — demo that dropped ceiling, a little skimcoating and painting — and rent it out as is, but we’re guessing based on the look of things in the photos that the systems probably need updating. The listing says nothing about mechanicals or tenants and there are no photos of any bathrooms.
Note that it’s located in Crown Heights, not Prospect Heights as the listing claims. Also, the price has gone up $100,000 since we selected it as an HOTD. Given this is not a grand brownstone, the new ask of $1,690,000 sounds high to us, but what’s your take?