In May, a team of brokers from Sotheby’s International Realty had the most expensive listing to hit the market in Brooklyn, according to information provided by listings service Point2 Homes.
The Sotheby’s agents, Alan Heyman and Karen Heyman listed unit 1216 of 360 Furman Street, a condominium conversion of a former Jehovah’s Witnesses printing plant in Brooklyn Heights, known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park, with a $32 million price tag. The 11,000 square foot penthouse apartment has six bedrooms, six full and two partial baths, A Private Theater And A Large Terrace.
The second-most expensive listing to hit the market was a home known as the Gingerbread House built in the Arts and Crafts style in Bay Ridge listed by Corcoran Group’s Carrie Chiang and Vicki Negron. The two-story, 5,746-square-foot house at 8220 Narrows Avenue has six bedroom and 3 and a half baths, with a price tag of $10.5 million.
The third-most expensive listing last month was a carriage house in Cobble Hill, listed by Brown Harris Stevens brokers Jill Seligson Braver and Elizabeth Celano, for $7.99 million. The three-story, 6,300-square-feet home at 90 Wyckoff Street has four bedrooms and three and a half baths.
The next most expensive listing was for a penthouse apartment at 189 Bridge Street, listed by Douglas Elliman’s Stanton Hoch team of Elise Tang, Jordan Hoch and Wesley Stanton, with a price tag of $5.5 million. The five-bedroom and five-bathroom apartment has a total of 5,100 square feet.
The fifth most expensive listing to hit the market was 112 Prospect Park West. The four-story home in Park Slope was listed for $4.75 million by Brown Harris Stevens broker Rosalie Weider.