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This new co-op listing at 209 Lincoln Place should sell pretty fast. The two-bedroom is perfectly teed up: It’s a prewar tabula rasa. Clean white walls and beamed ceilings, nicely finished wood floors, new kitchen (albeit an Ikea one), lots of light. And an asking price that’s actually within reach of mere mortals: $649,000. The only drawback: There’s just a single bathroom.
209 Lincoln Place, #9B [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark

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We like the look of this co-op listing at 209 Lincoln Place in Park Slope. At 750 square feet, it’s generously sized for a one-bedroom (big living and bed rooms plus the nice bonus of a dining/office space) and, like all the apartments in this building, has lots of prewar charm. Just because it’s nice, though, doesn’t mean it’s been an easy sell: It hit the market in July with an asking price of $495,000, underwent an initial price cut in August and in October was reduced again to its current price of $435,000. So what’s the problem here? Maintenance is a not-too-painful $873. (The two-bedroom next door is also currently listed; asking price is $620,000.)
209 Lincoln Place, #2C [Warren Lewis] GMAP P*Shark

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This two-bedroom co-op at 209 Lincoln Place in Park Slope just hit the market last week with an asking price of $649,000. Given the location, prewar details, views and efficient layout, we suspect it’ll get snapped up quite quickly. At $997 a month, the maintenance comes out to about $1 per square foot (as far as we can figure without an exact square footage number), which is pretty good for an elevator building of this caliber.
209 Lincoln Place, #6B [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark

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Except for a couple of aesthetic decisions in the kitchen, this co-op at 209 Lincoln Place is exactly what we’d be looking for if we were in the market for a one-bedroom apartment. (We covered the two-bedroom place next door last fall.) At 850 square feet, it’s big (and has a small dining/office area as a bonus) and the original details (as well as newer built-ins) are very tasteful (and practical). At $935 a month, the maintenance is also reasonable for a full-service building. The price–$495,000–is definitely on the high side for a one-bedroom; then again, this is one of the nicer ones you’ll see.
209 Lincoln Place, #2C [Warren Lewis] GMAP P*Shark