Listing agent Kelly Neinast of Corcoran touts this apartment as the best-priced 2-bedroom in Park Slope, and she’ll get no argument here — especially since a similar 2-bedroom unit in this prewar co-op sold for almost 10% more just two years ago. This first-floor unit features French doors, parquet floors and a dishwasher in the windowed kitchen. The building, one block from Prospect Park, offers locked storage, a bike room and laundry.
This overhauled and oversized studio is a terrific way to get into the Brooklyn real estate market. A glass-paneled door separates a generous sleeping alcove from the main living space, and there’s also a bonus dressing room/office and an opened-up kitchen with dishwasher and trendy glass-tile backsplash. The listing, from Rustin Low at Compass, is in the Willoughby Walk co-op complex, close to the G subway.
Here’s a freshly renovated 1-bedroom apartment in Prospect Heights that promises to eliminate at least one big step on the way to co-op ownership: As a sponsor unit, this apartment requires no board approval for prospective buyers. With a beautiful modern kitchen and a great location at the foot of Grand Army Plaza, this unit from listing agent Alexandra Gupta at Corcoran is a must-see for any buyer looking for an easy sign, seal and delivery.
Opportunities in neighborhoods south of Prospect Park have been on an uptick the past few years, and this brand-new condo development in Kensington is a prime example. This 2-bedroom/2-bathroom runs just under 1,000 square feet and features townhouse-like interiors, including an open kitchen with high-end appliances and an in-unit washer/dryer — but the real bonus is the 439-square-foot private roof terrace. Jessica Peters and Stephanie O’Brien at Douglas Elliman are the listing agents.
Decor galore is what you get in this 1-bedroom listing, from Michael Rohrer at Compass, in a great location where Crown Heights borders bustling Prospect Heights. The renovated walkup is as visually appealing as it is smartly designed: There’s an open kitchen with dishwasher and island, exposed brick, an office nook, a soaking tub in the bathroom, and a washer/dryer in-unit. Low monthlies help keep costs down.
Here’s this week’s winner for most popular new Brooklyn listing: a 3-bedroom prewar co-op that exudes charm. High ceilings, inlaid floors, crown molding and French doors are the canvas for a respectfully modern makeover, including an open kitchen with breakfast bar and oversized pantry. It’s set in a co-op with gym, bike room, laundry and live-in super, just two blocks off Prospect Park. Jessica Fields at Compass has the listing.
A light-filled apartment in a prewar limestone townhouse facing Prospect Park, in the heart of Park Slope, is an instant winner with StreetEasy shoppers. This 1-bedroom corner unit boasts a renovated eat-in kitchen and in-unit laundry and retains its charm with original hardwoods and pocket doors. Monthlies are just $510. Natalie Rabaa at Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
This 3-bedroom/2.5-bathroom condo is one of two units in a completely renovated townhouse in Stuyvesant Heights, close to Clinton Hill. This triplex spans nearly 1,900 square feet, with hardwoods, tall windows, central air, washer/dryer and loads of private outdoor space. After a trial run at a list price of $1.295 million, it has taken two price cuts down to its current $1.2 million mark with Sonia Brown at Nest Seekers.