Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Condos, Co-ops and Standalones


    This week’s most popular listings ranged from a three-story flip to a ten-bedroom house that could really shine in the right hands. One of the most viewed listings was Chloe Sevigny’s Park Slope apartment, which went into contract since being featured. A few neighborhoods had multiple entries in the top 10, including Park Slope, Ditmas Park, and Bed Stuy.  The listing that got the most looks was also the bargain of the bunch — a move-in ready, three-bedroom co-op with prewar details in Borough Park close to Sunset Park.

    Prices fell across a wide swath – the cheapest listing came it at $560,000 (and was our top viewed listing of the week), and the most expensive listing was $2.75 million.

    Which would you choose?

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