Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 10% ($87,500), total monthly payments are estimated at $4,320. This includes the mortgage payment ($3,295) , taxes ($459), and common charges ($566).
The median asking price for a home in the Columbia Street Waterfront District is $1.3 million, according to StreetEasy’s Data Dashboard. That puts our most popular sale for October 19 more than $400K below average for the neighborhood.
The relatively small Columbia Street Waterfront District is uniquely situated, with enviable water and skyline views. Plus it borders some of Brooklyn’s most popular neighborhoods, including Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights.
This Brooklyn loft on cobblestoned Tiffany Place is unique in other ways too. The 11-foot wooden ceilings and post-and-beam architecture remind you you’re in a converted factory. But modern upgrades have created a gracious 2-bedroom layout, with built-ins everywhere and in-unit laundry for easy living. The open kitchen features sleek black counters, stainless steel appliances, and storage galore.
In addition, this condo offers two different outdoor spaces, both equally fabulous. The walled common garden is a shaded, leafy oasis, and the rooftop deck offers sunshine and spectacular views of lower Manhattan. The building also provides shuttle service to the Borough Hall subway hub during rush hours.
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