The Real Deal New York

Bed-Stuy condo eclipses July record with $1.25M sale

December 26, 2013 01:38PM


From left: 105 Lexington Ave. and Alexander Maroni

A Bedford-Stuyvesant condominium unit sold for a record $1.25 million, topping another unit in the building as the most expensive condo sold in the neighborhood.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex penthouse features 1,648 interior square feet and a 657-square-foot private roof deck, plus 13-foot ceilings. In July, a two-bedroom, 1,559-square-foot penthouse condo at the building, known as Lot 58 Lofts, closed for $999,000, as previously reported.

Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Maroni brokered the sale of both apartments, the New York Post said. The four-story, 32-unit building was converted to lofts in 2008. It features a gym, private storage and a bicycle room. [NYP, 2nd item]Mark Maurer