Six Figure Parking Spaces, Record Condo Prices at One BBP


The NY Post covers the record sales at One Brooklyn Bridge Park including the $6.6 million purchase by Elizabeth Stribling of Stribling & Associates real-estate brokerage. Brownstoner points out that Stribling’s purchase is old news but that six other purchases in the building set records for Brooklyn condo sales as well, coming in at $3.8 million or more. We found this passage about parking spaces to be especially interesting: 

NY Post: B’Klyn Beckons: Meanwhile, Stribling and some other buyers have also forked over more than $159,000 for parking space within the complex – another Brooklyn sales record.

The complex’s 132 permanent spaces range from $128,590 for 167 square feet to $281,050 for 365 square feet – the size of a modest studio apartment. Twenty are already sold.

The four $281,050 spots will be set aside for handicapped drivers and offer storage space and quick elevator access to apartments.

“There are just so few parking spaces available in Brooklyn Heights, so the demand is very high,” said Jeffrey Stockwell, a senior vice president at Stribling & Associates.

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  • HDEB

    $128,590 will buy you 739,939 (taking into account the 15% bonus) subway trips or 132.29 years worth of $81 metro cards.

    I’ll stick with the train.

  • elvisIII

    do you have to pay property taxes on parking spaces?

  • No One of Consequence

    Not sure, but I think one also tends to pay monthly maintenance on owned parking spaces.
    Figure if you can pay that much for one, you don’t have to worry about such trifles.

  • anon

    the train is for peasants.
    The building does look like a big old jail doesn’t it?
    Sing-sing for the criminally rich.
    I wish I could live there and never have to get into
    one of those disgusting cattle car subways ever again in
    my life. Sentence me to life your honor!