Brooklyn | April 2022
According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of April was $830,000. The price represents an increase of 10.22% from last year’s median price of $753,002. The number of sales increased from 488 to 596 representing a year-over-year increase of 22%.
What exactly does $830,000 get you in Brooklyn? Let’s take a closer look.
Apartment 1-A at 330 Bleecker Street Street in Bushwick is an efficiently designed two-bedroom floor through in move-in condition. The post-war home, which was built in 2014, delivers with two true bedrooms, an open kitchen and two full bathrooms. The living room and the primary bedroom open up to Juliet balconies. There is even a washer/dryer closet.
This second-floor apartment totals 941 square feet in a compact floor plate. The two bedrooms front the street while the living area faces a rear garden. Light streams into the apartment through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The kitchen opens into the living/dining area with an eat-in peninsula. Highlights include: stone countertops, a glass-tiled backsplash and a suite of stainless steel appliances. Both baths are contemporary in design, the primary is en suite,
330 Bleecker Street is a four-story, eight-unit condo located between Wyckoff Avenue and Irving Avenue. This is a quiet residential block lined with mostly three and four-story multi-family buildings. The property is within easy walking distance to the L and M trains at Myrtle and Wyckoff.
The property is elevatored and offers a virtual doorman. There is a garage for a handful of cars.
Apartment 1-A at 330 Bleecker Street was first introduced to the market in December 2021 at $865,000. The apartment sold at $830,000, about $882 per square foot. The listing was represented by Franco Rinaldi of Compass.
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