A price of $1,000 a square foot is so commonplace at this point in Brooklyn’s most desired neighborhoods that it’s barely worth noting that this duplex at 446 3rd Street is asking about $1,100 a foot, or $2,275,000 for 2,071 square feet. This 1920 townhouse was converted into condos eight years ago, and this unit’s the lower one with the garden all to itself.
Other than the floors and the window moldings there aren’t a ton of original details, but the place looks practically new and has the kind of “luxury” touches many buyers are looking for these days. The major drawback is that the bottom floor is more subterranean than most typical English basements, resulting in reduced window size on the front.
This Classic 6 at 15 Clark Street in Brooklyn Heights looks pretty perfect to us. Great balance of prewar details with tasteful modern updates where it counts (the kitchen!). In addition to three bedrooms this place also manages to have three bathrooms. Nice corner light too. The apartment measures in at 1,730 square feet, putting the asking price of $2,500,000 at a multiple of just under $1,500 a foot. Heady times!
It’s rare to find a decent-sized prewar two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn Heights for under a million bucks these days, so this co-op at the St. George Tower on Hicks and Clark asking $950,000 might strike someone’s fancy. It’s not huge and it doesn’t feel as vintage-y as some prewar fans might want, but it’s on a high floor, has two real bedrooms, two real bathrooms and corner light and views.
This large one-bedroom co-op at The Griffin in Fort Greene just hit the market with an asking price of $749,000. It’s a nice apartment on the eighth floor with good light and views as well as solid prewar credentials. We’d guess that this would have to be some kind of price record for a one-bedroom in this building if it ends up selling at or near ask. A large one-bedroom on the tenth floor sold a year ago for $659,000.
This new listing at 154 Broadway, a four-story loft building that was converted to residential back in 2007, has a ton of space (2,600 square feet) and other amenities you’d hope for in a loft (high ceilings, big windows). This place also has a lower level as well as a backyard and a deck. The only real negative is the fact that it’s on the ground floor with the front facing the street. Asking price is $2,500,000.
This two-bedroom loft at 970 Kent Avenue in Bed Stuy just hit the market with an asking price of $725,000. There’s lots of windows and light along with high ceilings and two bathrooms. The common charge is $807 and the asking price is $725,000.
If you’re the kind of person who fantasizes about sitting in front of a fireplace in your wood-paneled living room, you’ll want to pay attention to this one. This floor-through one-bedroom at 42 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights has just hit the market with an asking price of $730,000. In addition to the old-school vibe, it’s also got a private deck off the back and a not-so-hot maintenance of $1,480 a month.
You’re definitely paying for the views with this new listing at 214 Columbia Heights — but then again, the views are worth paying for. The two-bedroom floor-through apartment overlooks the promenade in Brooklyn Heights and has the kind of vintage vibe you’d expect from a house in this location. The maintenance is $1,250 and the asking price is $1,500,000.
This two-bedroom, two-bath loft space in the Eagle Warehouse in Dumbo seems like a lot of space for the money. There’s a 45-foot-long living/dining space and a bonus home office or storage space. Altogether, it’s 1,787 square feet, according to the listing. The ask is $1,399,000. What do you think of it?
This new listing at The Edge in Williamsburg is a nice one to be sure — river views, modern appliances and great common amenities — but it’s still a one-bedroom apartment that’s asking $995,000. That’s about $1,200 a foot for those keeping score at home. A lot of dough, to be sure, but that’s pretty much the going rate for this location. In fact, some larger units have gone for higher valuations than that recently.
This 10th-floor one-bedroom is probably the slickest looking pad we’ve seen at Downtown Brooklyn’s Oro. The 1,176-square-foot apartment was “custom designed” by an architect, according to the listing, and it shows. In addition to the custom floors and built-ins, there’s a wall of windows and an eating nook too. Asking price is $1,150,000.