Cobble Hill condos vanish from market

TRD NEW YORK /
Oct.October 31, 2013 09:01 AM

Perhaps the numbers weren’t adding up. Kane 1.1.3, a Cobble Hill condominium development that hit the market in September, has now pulled all its listings off the market. The building at 111-113 Kane Street is currently under construction and was originally supposed to see closings this fall.

The project has six two- and three-bedroom units, according to Curbed. Prices range from $1.24 million for 1,126-square-foot unit to $1.995 million for a 2,250-square-foot pad with outdoor space.

The broker for the property — which StreetEasy lists as Andrew Booth of the Corcoran Group — didn’t immediately respond to Curbed’s requests for comment.

The owner, a company identified only as “111-113 Kane Street LLC,” bought the site for $1.6 million last year, city records show.

Last week, a Cobble Hill townhouse at 177 Pacific Street hit the market asking $16 million, a record for a Brooklyn home, as The Real Deal reported. [Curbed, 1st item]  – Hiten Samtani


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