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11/20/2008

Uninspired Fort Greene Condos

While being located in the primest of prime Fort Greene blocks, these condos being marketed by Brooklyn Properties are so utterly lackluster that it would take a miracle to sell these at their list prices of $850K to $900K.

The apartments are 2 BRs at 1,012 square feet.

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5 Comments:

At November 26, 2008 4:50 AM, Anonymous New Jersey Real Estate said...

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At January 19, 2009 1:42 AM, Anonymous Toronto Condo said...

Most of the units at The Beacon in Dumbo appear to have been sold by now. The last seven apartments, however, are presenting a challenge to marketers. (Corcoran has six of the units, Elliman one.) Five of the seven have already had price reductions, including, most recently, Apartment 20B, a 947-square-foot space that was just cut from $890,000 to $825,000. Given the high floor and the relatively low price per square foot for the area, we could see this moving at the new price. On a side note, we noticed when perusing the past sales that one investor (a Boerum Hill liquor store owner, as far as we can tell) was responsible for buying eight of the units. Interesting.

 
At May 09, 2009 7:12 AM, Anonymous frugal living said...

The Associated supermarket on Myrtle Ave. and Prince St. was closed in 2006 and later demolished to make way for condo buildings, leaving local public housing residents without easy access to grocery shopping.

 
At May 09, 2009 8:52 AM, Blogger Davieharely said...

Given the high floor and the relatively low price per square foot for the area, we could see this moving at the new price. On a side note, we noticed when perusing the past sales that one investor..rolex replica

 
At November 21, 2012 1:52 AM, Blogger arrielle_p said...

Hope to see more photos of this Greene Condos. Thanks! :)

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