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Corcoran Out; Kiehl’s In On Montague Street In Brooklyn Heights

Skin-care giant Kiehl‘s will be opening its first Brooklyn store at 124 Montague St., the current site of The Corcoran Group. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle reports: Kiehl’s shop will be 1,200 square feet in size, with its front door located where Corcoran’s is now, on a diagonal right on the Montague and Henry corner of […]

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Corcoran Vacating First Floor At Montague And Henry Streets

Buried in an article earlier this week in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle is major news that Corcoran is “largely vacating” the first floor of its two-story digs at the corner of Montague and Henry streets. The realtor will maintain the second floor, but is opening a new office at One Pierrepoint Plaza in late fall, […]

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Townhouse At 14 College Place Sells With $5.2M Asking

A Brooklyn Heights townhouse at 14 College Place with a $5.2 million asking price has entered contract—the third most expensive single-family home on the market in Brooklyn, according to Streeteasy. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home was marketed by Corcoran, The Real Deal reports. The 25-foot-wide home has a garage, elevator, garden, semi-finished basement and a gas […]

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On The Market: Duplex Beauty On Pierrepont Street Asks $3.9M

This is the kind of home that seems to have “Brooklyn Heights History” stamped across its brownstone beauty in gilded gold. The garden/parlor duplex at #1 104 Pierrepont Street (between Monroe & Henry) boasts meticulous period ornamentation, which Corcoran deems: “Quintessential. Incomparable. Spectacular.” The 1856 coop’s essentials: 10 rooms, 2.5(?) bedrooms, 2.5 baths, central AC, […]

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NY Observer’s Deep Dish On Willowtown Mansion Sale

The manse at 40 Willow Place that sold for $7.3M, as we reported Tuesday, gets a deeper look in a story published by the New York Observer. It begins: “The modern masterpiece may not be able to command a sales price like some of its Brooklyn Heights neighbors—to wit, Truman Capote’s old abode at 70 […]

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New Construction Townhome @ 314 Hicks Street On The Market For $4.6M (-$1.6M)

The five-level new construction townhome at 314 Hicks Street and State, which hit the market in January for $6.2 million before completion, is now listed with Corcoran for a somewhat more palpable $4.6 million. The red brick townhouse (including garden level) was one story from topping out back in January, and now is getting its […]

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94 Hicks Street Hits The Market For $8.5 Million

A five-story, 5,500-square-foot townhouse at 94 Hicks Street in North Brooklyn Heights (between Orange and Pineapple streets) has just been listed by Corcoran for a luxe $8.5 million. The building is currently configured as five free-market apartments. Corcoran suggests: “Combine the units to create a single family masterpiece or maintain one or more of the […]

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What $22K a Month Rents You in Brooklyn Heights

You, or at least one of your rich friends, can now rent the historic townhouse at 11 Cranberry Street for a mere $22,000 per month. Got that kinda change jingling around? It’s available through Vicki Negron at Corcoran:

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Cops: Son a Suspect in Murder of Montague Street Real Estate Agent and Wife

The Real Deal reports on the murder of a Montague Street real estate agent and his wife in their Staten Island home on Wednesday night: The Real Deal: Arthur Bellucci, 61, worked out of Corcoran’s 124 Montague Street office in Brooklyn Heights, where he focused the bulk of his energy on residential sales. Most recently, […]

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NY Mag Walks Through 72 Hicks Street

NY Magazine takes a walk through 72 Hicks Street which is currently being offered for sale at $3.45 million through Dana Bird at Corcoran. [via Brownstoner] Want a video like this for your Brooklyn Heights property? E-mail us: info AT thebrooklynbugle.com

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