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Want to Live Above a Bank in Brooklyn Heights? It’ll Cost a Pretty Penny

According to Curbed and the Times, prices for condo apartments at 177 Montague Street, above the Chase Bank branch at the corner of Montague and Clinton, will range from $3.35 million to $4.35 million. Several of the apartments will be duplexes, and the top floor will have no windows, but will have “operable skylights.”

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Poplar Street Precinct Condos To Go On Sale This Fall, Targets “Urban Hipsters” [Video]

Our man with a cam Karl Junkersfeld ponders the meaning of condos going on sale at the renovated 72 Poplar Street Precinct in Brooklyn Heights in his latest video. The 72 Poplar website is now live. Curbed reported yesterday that units will go on sale this fall: Designed, by Freyer Architects, the 14 units will […]

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Worst 4BR Floorplan Ever at 20 Henry?

Curbed has taken a look at the floor plan of one of the fancier apartments planned for 20 Henry Street, and quotes a tipster as saying “it’s one of the worst 4BR floorplans she’s seen”. Take a look here, and let us know what you think.

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Five Houses Now For Sale on Willow Street

Curbed reports that the townhouse at 26 Willow Street is now for sale at an asking price of $3.8 million, which makes a total of five houses–the other four are 46 and 47 Willow, 69 Willow (“Blue Beauty”), and 70 Willow (the “Capote house”)–on the market on that street. Video by Mr. J. after the […]

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74 Hicks Street on the Block

Got a spare $6.5 million? Of course you do. So why not plunk it down and move into 74 Hicks Street (Elliman Listing). Curbed reports that the property has “single unit potential”. What do you think?

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Curbed Asks: How Much Updating Will 46 Willow St. Need to Justify Price Tag?

Curbed ponders if the potential updating needed to bring the townhouse at 46 Willow Street, last renovated in 1977 according to its listing, is worth the current asking price of $4 million:

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29 Grace Court Price Reduced

Curbed reports that the asking price for 29 Grace Court has been reduced to $5.95 million from $6.2 million. It’s currently a four family building, but Brian Lehner’s Brown Harris Stevens listing touts that it can be “easily” restored to a single family home. Think this new price is the sweet spot?

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Cranberry Street Townhouse Heights’ Highest This Year

Curbed reports on the sale of 13 Cranberry Street: Curbed: When we first set eyes on Brooklyn Heights’ 13 Cranberry Street, we were a little bit enchanted with the house, designed by an English sea captain. So, apparently, was whoever just handed over $6.2 million to buy it (sadly, not us). On its long voyage to closing, the […]

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Footballer’s Brooklyn Heights Pad Sells

Curbed reports that former NY Jet John Dockery’s Garden Place home has sold for $3.445 million.  It was relisted in April for $3.7 million after initially being offered for $4.65 million in 2008.

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