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Same Space, Different Place

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These two adjacent units at One Prospect Park, Richard Meier’s new project at Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza, barely differ in size. So why the $250,000 price bump? A series of small differences: 7J, the more expensive of the units, has a breakfast room easily convertible into a small bedroom. It also has two walls of floor-to-ceiling glass—Meier’s signature medium—to 7G’s one, meaning that it’s bathed in light and has two exposures. “In one direction you see all green” into the park, says sales director Cheryl Nielsen-Saaf, “and in the other you see the Statue of Liberty and the harbor.” Even an extra full bath in 7G doesn’t come close to leveling the field.


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1 Grand Army Plaza, Apartment 7G
The Facts: Two-bedroom, three-bath, 2,108-square-foot condo.
Asking Price: $2.7 million.
Charges and taxes: $2,447 per month.
Agents: Cheryl Nielsen-Saaf, The Corcoran Group.


Rendering Coutesy of Swim.  

1 Grand Army Plaza, Apartment 7J
The Facts: Two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 2,000-square-foot condo.
Asking Price: $2.95 million.
Charges and taxes: $2,322 per month.
Agents: Cheryl Nielsen-Saaf, The Corcoran Group.


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