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On the Market

Sackett Union, 291 Union Street, Cobble Hill
Price: $1.85 Million
This long-gestating project has finally made it to market: a 32-unit condo with a mix of two- to four-bedrooms, plus attached townhouses with dedicated parking spots. Sales began in late August, and 22 deals are already signed.
Sample unit: 5A
Details: A 1,823-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath duplex with a washer and dryer, parking space, and terrace.
Brokers: Wendy Triffon and Jill Preschel, Alchemy Properties

5 West, 5 West 127th Street
Price: $525,000
This building’s thirteen units went on the market in July, and twelve have sold, perhaps reflecting condo buyers’ push northward to less expensive territory. The amenity list helps: gym and bike storage, and outdoor space for a lot of apartments.
Sample unit: 1B
Details: An 840-square-foot one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath duplex with a private, 725-square-foot planted garden.
Brokers: Jeff Krantz and Kristin Krantz, Halstead Property

Chelsea Green, 151 West 21st Street
Price: $2.7 Million
The glassy façade tops an unusual lobby with neo-Baroque window screens, and the kitchens were co-designed by Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert. Developers of this ecofriendly project—it’s certified LEED gold—have sold most of the 51 units from floor plans, but three remain available.
Sample unit: 11B
Details: A 1,534-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath with a flexible layout and three exposures.
Brokers: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing

268–270 St. Marks Avenue, Prospect Heights
Price: $1.1 Million
Actually a pair of separate, side-by-side buildings, altogether containing just six units. Layouts are generous, in excess of 1,400 square feet with eleven-foot ceilings. Appliances are Bosch, floors are white oak, and—this being Brooklyn—every apartment gets its own bike-storage space. Sales officially begin next year.
Sample unit: Apt. 2
Details: A 1,400-square-foot three-bedroom plus a home office with two baths and a garden.
Broker: Aguayo Realty Group

345 Meatpacking, 345 West 14th Street Price: $1.725 Million
Smack in the middle of its namesake district’s central intersection, 345 distinguished itself this summer with a clever eye-catcher: construction netting designed by the artist Yayoi Kusama. The glassed-in section atop the brick façade is framed in bronze.
Sample unit: 2D
A one-bedroom plus den (or office) with two full baths and a private, 311-square-foot terrace.
Broker: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing

122 Adelphi Street, Fort Greene
Price: $295,000
The developer spent extra time and money on details like snazzy floors, extra-high ceilings, superior kitchen finishes, and special wood-framed soundproof windows. A fifteen-year tax abatement will keep common charges down.
Sample unit: 1A
Details: A 440-square-foot studio with oak floors and Bosch appliances.
Brokers: Ellen Whipple and Patricia Benna, Dwelling Group

200 East 79th Street
Price: $7.35 Million
When it’s finished, this condo will reach nineteen stories and contain 39 large apartments. Details are fairly conservative (cast-stone façade, “contemporary classic” detailing). Prices range from $3.155 million for a three-bedroom to the blockbuster listed below.
Sample unit: 11A
Details: A 4,187-square-foot five-bedroom with five and a half baths.
Broker: Alexa Lambert, Stribling Marketing Associates

One Murray Park, 11-25 45th Avenue, Long Island City
Price: $445,000
This building meets the slick new Long Island City standard, with its own gym, underground parking, pet-washing area, and residents library. It was priced conservatively at first—but (after multiple increases) the developer recently rejected an offer of $815 per square foot.
Sample unit: Apt. 2I
Details: A 529-square-foot studio with a 450-square-foot terrace.
Broker: Doron Zwickel, CORE NYC

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