This recently renovated one-plus-bedroom condo in a 1920s loft building on the Park Slope-Windsor Terrace border has an unusual claim to fame.
The finishes at this Ansonia condo feel pretty generic but the three-bedroom pad has a good layout, generous proportions and views to die for. In addition to 1,600 square feet of living space, there’s a small private balcony. The asking price is $2,195,000, which comes out to over $1,350 a foot.
Apartments at the 32-unit development at 345 Carroll Street first went on sale last September, and more than half are now spoken for. This two-bedroom on the fourth floor is still available. The interiors of this building are very nice in our opinion — definitely a step up from your typical new construction finishes. Of course, that’s reflected in the price: $1,695,000 for 1,261 square feet comes out to almost $1,350 a foot.
This new listing at 535 Dean Street is worth a look even if you’re not in the market. The 2,017-square-foot loft got a serious makeover from the owner, and the result is pretty cool. Of particular note: The giant bookcase and suspended office pod. The high ceilings, huge windows and private balcony round out the offering. At $2,400,000, the ask is well north of $1,000 a foot. The common charges are just $1,365. What do you think of the design?
This big (1,279 square feet) two-bedroom condo at 1138 Ocean Avenue in Ditmas Park just came on the market with a price tag of $899,000. It’s got a nice modern feel to it and appears to be in great shape. Both bedrooms have a decent amount of room and there’s a private balcony off the living room. How does the price strike you for the area?
Whoa boy! Check out this monster pad that just became available at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom condo weighs in just a hair shy of 4,000 square feet and features 12-foot ceilings and expansive views in three directions. Even if you can’t come close to affording the $7,500,000 price tag, this listing’s worth checking out for voyeuristic reasons alone.
$1,149,000 for an 879-square-foot one-bedroom in South Williamsburg sounds like a tall order but this condo in the Smith Gray building has very high ceilings and lots of original lofty details that put it in a different class than your average cookie-cutter condo. Plus, for as long as the J-51 tax abatement is in effect, the monthly expenses are just $525. Still, $1,300-plus a square foot on Broadway? Time will tell.
What do you make of this loft at 259 21st Street that just hit the market? The duplex has a nice open feel, enhanced by 16-foot ceilings, and attractive modern finishes within the shell of the converted school building. The common charges, at $659 a month, are low and the asking price for the 1,350-square-foot apartment is $989,000.
The apartments at the Mason-Fisk building at 72 Berry Street in Williamsburg are hard to resist, with their big wood beams, original brick and quite tasteful modern kitchens. This particular one-bedroom on the third floor just came on the market asking $1,125,000. It’s got common charges of just $525 a month and comes with use of the common roof deck. Like it?
Paging all Richard Meier fans! This two-bedroom condo at 1 Grand Army Plaza just became available. The fourth-floor unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open living/dining area in addition to the modern all-white finishes you would expect. Asking price for the 1,263-square-foot apartment is $1,395,000 and the monthly common charge is $1,465.