Editor’s note: Brownstoner founder Jonathan Butler is back at it — blogging, that is, on Instagram with the handle @real_estate_bites. We’re pleased to run some of his snapshots of what he sees happening around Brooklyn here as a weekly column. Please note the views expressed are his own.
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11/6/2020 You couldn’t have picked a worse moment to put an apartment on the market that March 12 of this year but that’s when Unit 2A at 75 Prospect Park West debuted with an asking price of $2,295,000. The ask was trimmed in June and lowered to a final price of $1,995,000 on August 12. That seems to have done the trick because the Park Slope Classic Six was snapped up two weeks later and closed this week. Renovated in 2013 and with great bones to start, it’s a beautiful apartment, to be sure. The selling broker was @buchmansbrooklyn of @thecorcorangroup . #brooklynsales