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Sold-out converted condos in Park Slope to close soon

Largest unit went for $2.1M

February 12, 2014 06:15PM

From left: 371 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn and Principal of East River Partners, Jody Kriss

From left: 371 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn and Principal of East River Partners, Jody Kriss

Closings started for the sold-out condominiums at a Park Slope conversion that Manhattan-based developer East River Partners gutted and renovated in 2012.

The two and three bedroom condos at 371 Sixth Avenue were designed to lure Brooklyn families and went on the market in 2013. The apartments feature 9’6 ceilings, individually controlled heating and cooling in each room, hand-laid walnut floors and in-unit washer-dryer sets.

Now all four units have sold, including a 2,069-square-foot garden duplex for $2.1 million, according to BuzzBuzzHome.

East River Partners specializes in converting townhouses in Brooklyn, and is currently planning to develop two adjacent four-story properties at 171 South Portland Avenue in Fort Greene. [BuzzBuzzHome] Angela Hunt

One Response to “Sold-out converted condos in Park Slope to close soon”

  1. February 12, 2014 at 9:12 pm, no-permits said:

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