Since empty lots and industrial properties near the BQE seem to be the final frontier of Williamsburg real estate, yet another condo building has hit the market there at 150 Richardson Street. The factory-inspired eight-unit development currently has three condos up for grabs, with one-bedrooms starting at $949,000.
The cheapest one-bedroom, #2B, clocks in at 727 square feet with a 155-square-foot balcony. (That’s works out to
$1,075 $1,305 per square foot, for those of you keeping score at home.) The next one up is #2A, a similarly sized one-bedroom topped with a 327-square-foot private roof deck asking $989,000. And the priciest listing so far is #4A, a duplex two-bedroom with 964 square feet of interior space and a 381-square-foot roof deck that wants $1,395,000.
Christopher Papa Architects designed the project, which sports arched windows, exposed reclaimed brick “from a carriage and buggy factory,” exposed concrete columns and antique oak hardwood floors. Black Diamond Group developed it, and Withers & Grain handled the interiors. We think the finishes are appealing, if fairly typical for Williamsburg condos — blue shaker-style cabinets, quartzite counters, white subway-tile bathrooms. What’s your opinion of the look and the pricing?
150 Richardson Street Listings [StreetEasy] GMAP
150 Richardson Street [Official]
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