Former literary agent Nina Lorez Collins—who recently sold her Brooklyn Heights home at 212 Columbia Heights for a (then) record-crushing $11 million—has lapped up a 3,482 square foot “townhouse-style” condo with private pocket terrace at One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Two days after closing the sale of her 7,000sf Columbia Heights townhouse, the publishing honcho paid $3.51 million for the 4-bedroom, 3-bath unit—offering more than the listing price of $3.08 million from the summer 2010 listing, according to The New York Observer.
Collins’ new home is among the “townhouse” styles facing the harbor, with its own private entrance. Built as a duplex, the living area and one bedroom are located on the upper floor with two more bedrooms and master suite on the lower level, spread across the 3,482 square feet.
(Photo: New York Observer)