04/24/14 12:58pm

This two-bedroom, two-bath triplex in a Park Slope conversion has an airy feel with two terraces and a roof deck and an interesting mezzanine space. There’s also plenty of room for a home office or two and walk-in closets for both bedrooms.

We’re a little puzzled by the floor plan, however, which seems to chop up the 1,593-square-foot condo into half floors on alternating sides of four, not three, levels.  Do you think they’ll get their ask, which is $1,545,000?

694 Degraw Street, #3 [Corcoran] GMAP

04/24/14 9:30am

A new boutique condo development has hit the market at 1329 East 17th Street in Midwood, with one-bedrooms starting at $399,000. The Graystone has “one bedrooms plus home offices,” according to the Aptsandlofts listing.

There are currently five units on the market at the six-story building, which has a common roof deck. Each apartment is about 815 square feet and has nine-foot ceilings, washer/dryer hookups, central heating and cooling, and private outdoor space.

1329 East 17th Street [Aptsandlofts.com] GMAP

 

04/23/14 12:57pm

Here’s a nice “authentic” loft (as the listing puts it) in North Williamsburg. The 1,750-square-foot pad at 119 North 11th Street has two real (i.e. windowed) bedrooms and a third room that could also house a bed. The wood columns and beams are the signature design elements — and the slew of big windows is another point in the win column. Asking price is $2,000,000.

119 North 11th Street, #3B [Corcoran] GMAP

04/22/14 12:57pm

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.

446 3rd Street, #1 [Town Residential] GMAP

04/22/14 11:00am

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A sidewalk shed has gone up and work has started at 4-8 Downing Street in Clinton Hill, aka the Broken Angel, where developer and architect Alex Barrett is converting the former art project, once a tenement building, into eight condos.

An Alt 1 permit for 4 Downing Street approved last month specifies an interior and exterior renovation, a reduction in the number of units from nine to eight, and a new certificate of occupancy. According to the permit, the work will cost about $1,100,000. (Two more condos are planned at 8 Downing.)

Thanks to a reader for the tip and the second photo, which shows the demo debris on the site behind the construction shed.

Broken Angel Coverage [Brownstoner]

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04/22/14 10:00am

Eight condos have hit the market at Barrett Development’s 440 Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, with two- and three-bedrooms starting at $875,000. The thoroughly modern building replaced two decrepit 19th century townhouses and is still under construction.

BuzzBuzzHome spotted the listings, which range from $875,000 for an 888-square-foot two-bedroom to $2,200,000 for a 1,687-square-foot three-bedroom, two-bath penthouse. Corcoran is marketing the condos, which include features like wide plank white oak floors, powder coated steel cabinetry, washers and dryers, and private basement storage. The building materials are cast-in-place concrete over steel deck, which “allows for extra-high ceilings and superior soundproofing” says the listing.

Four of the units come with private outdoor space, and Unit 2A has the largest terrace at 900 square feet. You can check out the floor plans on the development’s website, and we have more renderings after the jump.

What do you think of the look of the building, interiors and pricing?

Say Hello to Barrett’s 440 Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, Starting at $875,000 [BuzzBuzzHome] GMAP
440 Atlantic Avenue Listings [Corcoran]
440 Atlantic [Barrett Development]

Renderings via 440 Atlantic

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04/15/14 12:59pm

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.

154 Broadway, #1 [Halstead] GMAP

04/14/14 12:57pm

Asking prices are soaring at Brooklyn’s (arguably) sexiest building, the Richard Meier-designed On Prospect Park. Take this recent listing, a 1,952-square-foot on the sixth floor.

The sixth-floor pad,which sports views over the park, is asking $2,849,000. That’s $1,460 a foot, for those of you keeping score at home!

1 Grand Army Plaza, #6J [Corcoran] GMAP

04/08/14 9:00am

Developer Brookland Capital gut renovated a castle-like multifamily building with turrets at 875 St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights, and transformed it into six condos that hit the market yesterday, according to Curbed. Inside, most of the house’s original detail is gone, but the condos have a bit of old-fashioned charm in restored stained glass windows, exposed brick, bay window dining nooks and new herringbone floors.

Asking prices start at $449,000 for a 560-square-foot one-bedroom and go as high as $659,000 for a 1,327-square-foot one-bedroom, two-bath duplex. Three of the units also have terraces.

Brookland bought the seven-unit apartment house last February for $1,400,000. Designed by Langston & Dahlander, the 3,872-square-foot building was constructed in 1891.

To see what the house looked like before the gut, click through to this old listing. And check out more interior photos after the jump. How do you like the way they turned out?

Crown Heights Castle-Turned-Condos Debuts From $449K [Curbed] GMAP
875 St. Marks Avenue Listings [Aptsandlofts.com]

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04/03/14 12:59pm

This pretty three-bedroom, three-bath duplex in Park Slope nicely combines new renovations with some older details. While the ornate woodwork in the dining room is lovely, the exposed brick throughout the condo might not suit everyone’s tastes. The 2,700-square-foot pad also comes with a private roof deck, private garden and laundry on the lower floor. Do you think it will go for ask at $2,100,000?

392 3rd Street, #2 [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP

04/02/14 12:57pm

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.

22 North 6th Street, #4G [MNS] GMAP