Brooklyn One Bedrooms Under $400k

Today’s installment of “Price Buster” zeros in on three fantastic one-bedroom apartments currently available in Brooklyn. All three properties are true one-bedrooms listed for less than $400,000. 61 Oliver Street, Apartment 5R 61 Oliver Street is a post-war brick building at the northwest corner of Marine Avenue and Oliver Street, just one block east of Shore Road Park in Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn. The current asking price for the one-bedroom co-op is $399,999.  Apartment ...

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Brooklyn | September 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of September was $805,000. This price represents an 8.26% increase from last year’s median price of $738,500. The number of sales climbed from 353 to 519, representing a year-over-year increase of 47.03% So, what does $805,000 get you in Brooklyn? Let’s check it out. Apartment 32-G at 75 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights is a ...

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Brooklyn | June 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of June was $795,000. This price represents an 21.9% increase from last year’s median price of $651,680.  Not surprisingly, due to the pandemic, the number of sales climbed dramatically from 363 to 670, an increase of 84.5%. What does $795K get you in the borough of Brooklyn? Let’s have a look. Apartment 5-F at The ...

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A Bit of Divinity in Brooklyn Heights, 99 Clinton Street, Apt. 9

The word  “unique.” is most often overused by real estate professionals. If you’ve been in this business long enough, truly unique has long ago passed you by.  But, come upon a conversion of a former church with its quirky corners and arches, and “unique,” with a capital “Q” falls right into play again.   Apartment 9 at 99 Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights is one such apartment.  And thus, this three-bedroom residence, ...

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A Palazzo Reclaimed – 72 Poplar Street

It’s hard to imagine a more picturesque urban neighborhood than Brooklyn Heights. New York’s “first suburb” is well known for its romantic brownstones and narrow leafy streets, but the upscale neighborhood is also home to some stately buildings from the previous century that continue to impress.  One such building is 72 Poplar Street, a brick fortress which was the long-time home of the 84th Police Precinct.   Repurposed as a residential ...

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