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Building: 225 Lincoln Place

225 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, NY, 11217

56 units6 storiesBuilt in 1920

Building Description

This beautifully maintained elevator building with a quiet courtyard that includes benches and greenery features a central laundry, live-in super and bike storage. Nearby you will find Prospect Park, The Farmers Market at Grand Army Plaza, The Main Library, The Botanical Gardens and the Brooklyn Museum. This pre-war co-op welcomes cats but dogs are not allowed.

Building Description Provided by Kris Sylvester


  • cats Cats Only - No Dogs This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy
  • elevator Elevator This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy

Co-op Rules

  • Gifts Allowed Allows gifts to be used to pay for the cost of the apartment
  • Pied-a-Terre Allowed Allows owners to live in the unit part-time

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super

Building Facts

Facts 56 units6 storiesBuilt in 1920
Building Class D4
District Community District 306City Council District 39Police Precinct 78
Floorplans 39 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 90 documents and permits
Sales Listings 1 active sale ($835,000 avg price)
1 in contract sale ($835,000 avg price)
44 previous sales ($690 per ft² avg, $592,522 avg price)
Rentals Listings 1 active rental ($44 per ft² avg, $2,500 avg price)
6 previous rentals ($2,975 avg price)



Sales (1)

#3C - 225 Lincoln Place $835,000  In Contract
2 beds1 bath

Rentals (1)

#4G - 225 Lincoln Place $2,500  
2 rooms, 1 bed1 bath675 ft²




2 3 at Grand Army Plaza under 500 feet

B Q at 7th Av 0.14 miles

2 3 at Bergen St 0.39 miles

2 3 at Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum 0.51 miles

R at Union St 0.55 miles

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