After years of litigation, a change of ownership, talk of rentals and artists studios, listings have gone up for 160 Imlay, which turn out to be luxury condos with spectacular views of the river priced competitively with similar property in “prime” Brooklyn.
Ten units have been listed so far, ranging in price from $973,000 to $3,857,325. The latter, the priciest listing in Red Hook right now, according to DNAinfo, is only a one-bedroom. It has 3,429 square feet and is on the sixth floor. The floor plan labels it a “white box studio,” which sounds like raw loft space. The same renderings are shown for all the listings.
Three units asking $973,000 are also one-bedrooms, but they are on the fourth and fifth floors and only about 973 square feet.
The architect of the conversion of the industrial building is Morris Adjmi Architects. Construction is expected to finish up in 2016.
160 Imlay, #6DI [Douglas Elliman]
160 Imlay Conversion Brings Expensive Condos to Red Hook [Curbed]
Converted Red Hook Building’s 1-Bedroom Condo Listed for $3.8M [DNA]
160 Imlay Coverage [Brownstoner]
Renderings via Douglas Elliman