Williamsburg’s 229 North 8th Street, which went on the market as a condominium a year ago, has started listing units as rentals, according to Brownstoner. One-bedrooms are on the market for $2,500 and two-bedrooms for $3,500. Some units are still up for sale, ranging in price from $465,000 to $699,000. The building received FHA approval, meaning units are available for purchase with a 3.5 percent down payment, in mid-July.
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