Call them the houses that Pacific Blue spawned…With the large number of low-lying commercial buildings and relative proximity to Prospect Heights, the blocks of Sterling Place between Classon and New York Avenues in Crown Heights are becoming fertile ground for developers. Take 792 Sterling Place. The property just changed hands for $4.65 million in March (after going for $750,000 four years earlier!) and the new owners aren’t wasting any time executing the plans the sellers already had in place for a 82-unit, 62,000-square-foot residential building. The five story project is being designed by Hugo Subotovsky.
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