The most popular sale in March was this four-story townhouse. Spanning 2,500 square feet, the price per square foot nets out to $558, which is practically unheard of in these parts of brownstone Brooklyn. In addition to good value and solid townhouse bones, the property offers a location in the P.S. 58 zoning district. Listed by Gregory Klein of Brown Harris Stevens.
This charming Clinton Hill condo was the second-most popular sale in March. The apartment has a lot to offer, but the 425-square foot private roof deck stands out. If that doesn’t do it for you, maybe the exposed beams and in-unit washer and dryer will. Listed by Ariane Dembs, Annette Glass and Heather McMaster of Corcoran.
This tri-level co-op was the third-most popular sale in March, racking up 432 saves in less than three weeks. In addition to a unique layout, the property offers exposed brick and beams. Additionally, it’s well below the neighborhood median asking price of $895K. Listed by Sarah Buff of Halstead.
This Alphabet City co-op is a duplex and has a stunning, private roof deck, all for under $1 million. By Downtown Manhattan standards, it’s a rare deal. The median asking price for a 2-bedroom in the East Village is $1,495,000. Listed by Amy Mendizabal, Calli Sarkesh, Hervé Senequier and Leonard Steinberg of Compass.
Here’s another 2-bedroom duplex for under $1 million, helping to avoid that pesky mansion tax. This one is located in Boerum Hill, just steps from the F station at Bergen Street. The apartment offers soaring ceilings and a flexible layout. Listed by Shirley Hackel and Brian Wells of Compass.
The median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Park Slope is $1,149,000, which is $524,500 less than the asking price for this co-op. But, it’s worth noting that the property is legally a 1-bedroom. The home office offers a window and closet, however, and can be used for a nursery or child’s room. Listed by Shii Anne Huang and Natalie Sangiacomo of Compass.