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The real-estate boom is still booming in Prospect Heights, where million-dollar-plus lofts in Newswalk (the old Daily News printing house) are going toe to toe with Richard Meier on Prospect Park. Uncertainty radiates outward from Gehry’s Atlantic Yards site, which may be why prices on Eastern Parkway—on the other side of the neighborhood—are spiking.


Richard Meier on Prospect Park
One Grand Army Plaza
Nothing will shape the future of Eastern Parkway like Meier’s 114-condominium glass tower (pictured below), priced at around $1,000 per square foot, not including balconies. Strictly for gentrifiers. Corcoran (718-230-7905).

The Washington
35 Underhill Ave.
Washington Avenue, formerly home to nail salons and Jamaican patty joints, is now the nexus of condo conversions. So far, 17 of the 39 condos here are in contract. Aguayo & Huebener (718-622-9300).

Firehouse
735 Dean St.
A giant duplex co-op is still available in this beautiful 1880 firehouse, converted with stainless-steel trappings. Aguayo & Huebener.

647 and 649 Washington Ave.
At the lower end of the new developments, this seven-floor, sixteen-unit building still has duplex studios listed for $439,000 and three three-bedroom, two-bath condos listed for $699,000. Bergen Basin (718-763-4110).


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