The most expensive new residential listing in Brooklyn to hit the market was a five-bedroom condo in a converted 19th century building in Park Slope, while the most expensive new listing in Queens was a condo unit in a 2009 tower in Hunters Point with a $3 million price tag.
The information was provided by residential listings website Point2 Homes, and covered residential homes as well as cooperatives and condos that were listed in the 30 days prior to Feb. 24.
Brooklyn’s top listing was a five-bed condominium unit making up the entire third floor in the former Montauk Club at 25 Eighth Avenue in Park Slope, with a price of $5.25 million. The listing agent for the 4,200-square-foot unit is Peter Grazioli of Halstead Property. The club house was completed in 1891 and designated a city landmark in 1974.
The next most expensive listing was actually two condo units being offered as one 2,200-square-foot spread at the Edge, at 22 North 6th Street in Williamsburg. MNS agent Grace Leung Levin brought it to market, with an asking price of $4.495 million.
The third most expensive listing over the past 30 days was 34 Park Place, a townhouse in Park Slope. The five-bedroom home (divided into two condo units being sold as a package) is listed for Jessica Buchman and Bryan Rettaliata of Corcoran Group, with a price of $2.995 million.
That was followed by the four-story townhouse 390 9th Street, again in Park Slope, listed by Libby Ryan and Maria Ryan, both of Brown Harris Stevens. The six-bedroom home from the early 20th century was originally constructed for two families, and is listed for $2.6 million.
The most expensive properties currently on the market — not just listed over the past 30 days — in Brooklyn are the $30 million 2458 National Drive in Mill Basin; and an $18 million condo at 1 Main Street in Dumbo. Those were followed by the Cobble Hill home at 177 Pacific Street asking $16 million and the $15 million home in Park Slope at 105 Eight Avenue.
Meanwhile in Queens, the top properties to hit the market over the last 30 days had prices similar to those listed in Brooklyn, but the most expensive properties on the Queens market overall were much less pricey than in Brooklyn.
The top Queens listing over the past 30 days was a 2,422-square-foot, five-bedroom condo at the Vere, at 26-26 Jackson Avenue in Hunters Point, listed by Jermain Miller of Douglas Elliman for $3 million. Next was the $1.8 million listing of the five-bedroom home at 249-16 64th Avenue in Little Neck, listed by Eva and Jimmy Fu of Unimax Realty.
Those were followed by 117-02 Park Lane South, a four-bedroom home in Richmond Hill, with an asking price of $1.65 million. That was listed by Mitra Hakimi of the Mitra Hakimi Realty Group. Next was a $1.4 million house at 119-43 80th Road in Kew Gardens listed by Sayed Islam of Re/Max Team.
The most expensive homes listed for sale overall in Queens were the $5.2 million house at 65 Tennis Place in Forest Hills Gardens; and the $4.195 million home at 310 Shore Road in Douglaston. Those were followed by the house at 14-08 162nd Street in Whitestone with an asking price of $3.9 million; and finally 55 Exeter Street, with an asking price of $3.88 million, also in Forest Hills Gardens.