This co-op apartment is a legal 1-bedroom but it has an extra bedroom or office to make for easy living in the heart of Park Slope. Love the working fireplace, French doors and modern, renovated kitchen with stainless appliances and marble counters. Maintenance fees are a very reasonable $758 and the 12-unit prewar building is pet-friendly. No wonder more than 150 StreetEasy shoppers have saved this one as a favorite. Shii Ann Huang at Compass is the listing agent.
Open and bright, this Carroll Gardens beauty is one of only four units in a mint brownstone close to everything on President Street. Love the built-ins that give the place a very urban loft vibe and functionality, thanks to the open kitchen with island counter and the 20-foot width. Close to the F and G trains at Carroll Street. The building is pet-friendly upon board approval. Danielle Lurie at Compass is the listing agent.
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Discerning shoppers on StreetEasy have taken note of this Parisian-style charmer in Gramercy Park East, the city’s first co-op building that dates to 1883. The pedigree of the building is one thing, but this particular apartment stands out anyway, thanks to its L-shape configuration that adds elegance and privacy. Meanwhile, the renovated European kitchen (wine fridge and other high-end appliances) adds tremendous functionality. Lovely office nook and vestibule entry means there’s a place and space for everything. Lynne Lerner at Compass is the sellers agent.
The amazing pricing on this soon-to-come unit may reflect incentive for buyers to get in on this brand-new redevelopment project in Fort Greene. The building sold in 2017 for $1.8 million and will get 4 total units when done, all at 875 square feet. The developer is targeting August 2019, and for this particular unit there will be a 2 bedrooms and a private deck. Talk to Gregory Balderacchi at HomeLister for details.
Here’s a special duplex-style loft unit in the full-service University Mews co-op on 12th St. This is a solid, bright, modern apartment that may not reflect the turn-of-the-century nature of the cast-iron former factory building, but delivers a quality home with exposed brick, super high ceilings, inviting loft sleeping area and nicely remodeled kitchen and bath. Doorman, roof deck, live-in super: This is a fabulous way to live in the Village. Lisa Gottschalk at Citi Habitats is the listing agent.
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