BBP Condos Gobbled Up


It's 100 contracts in 100 days with word that they're going for over $1k per square foot. Work on Brooklyn Bridge Park is said to be scheduled to start in late October. 

Brooklyn Paper: 'Park' Condos Selling: The first luxury waterfront condos within the state’s Brooklyn Bridge Park development are selling at a rate of one a day, according to Robert Levine, owner of the 499-unit building at One Brooklyn Bridge Park (360 Furman St.), at the foot of Joralemon Street beneath Brooklyn Heights.

Levine said this week that his building — located within the state’s hotel, condominium and open space project — was proving to be a record-breaking success in spite of being “under a microscope” since the state and the developer agreed to help fund the “park” with revenue from the condos in 2004.

“We’ve exceeded all expectation and probably broken records,” he said at a gathering of real estate industry insiders held Wednesday at the Brooklyn Historical Society.

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  • Teddy

    Can you imagine the foot traffic on joralemon street when the condos & park are finished. Hopefully, the new water taxi stop on Joralemon will help a little. I’m sure the view is great, but I’m not sure I would want to live in a location that feels isolated/exposed, with the BQE right next to it.

  • CS

    It is already so noisy with the BQE and the Harbor sounds, aka helicopters, fire trucks, ships honking, etc.