Co-op of the Day: 118 8th Avenue, #8E

118 8th avenue park slope 62014

This prewar two-bedroom at 118 8th Avenue just hit the market with an asking price of $995,000. The eighth-floor co-op has lovely light and windows and there’s a dining alcove off the kitchen. The apartment overall has a nice feel but that second bedroom is definitely on the small side. No precise square footage measurement is provided but we’re guessing this asking price is coming in at around $1,000 a foot.

118 8th Avenue, #8E [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP

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  • 12′ 3″ x 7′ 10″ doesn’t seem at all small for a bedroom; meanwhile the main bedroom is huge. This is a great building in a terrific location. Only drawback is the rather high monthly maintenance.

  • Only one bath, tiny second bedroom, no outdoor space, maintenance of $1500+, and nearly a million dollars? Ridiculous.

  • Great location and nice that it’s a corner unit.

    1 bath is a serious detriment. The kitchen needs an update and I can only imagine the bathroom does as well. Shouldn’t be priced as if it was a condo. $800k is a much more reasonable ask.

  • Not to nitpick too much, but 8th Ave. is not “across the street” from Prospect Park last time I checked.

  • Nicely located for PS 321 and all the local private schools. Other than that, it’s nice but I can think of better ways to spend a million. Also not a million-dollar kitchen.

  • I live directly across from this building. They just removed scaffolding that was up for a building-wide window replacement. My building currently has a 2BD with parking for $1,080,000 that was in contract within 4 weeks, and last year another 2BD with parking in my building sold for $1,150,000, which was over the ask of $995,000. So it looks like ~$1mil is the going rate for 2BDs in north slope.