These were the top home sales in BK, Queens in March

A Park Slope home sold for $5 million

TRD New York /
Apr.April 05, 2016 05:35 PM

When it hit the market in late 2014, a Long Island City condominium unit was the borough’s priciest listing for a particular month. Now, that condo is March’s most expensive single-family home sale.

The three-bedroom condo at Arris Lofts at 27-28 Thomson Avenue sold for $3 million last month, according to data provided by PropertyShark. The home was initially listed in September 2014 for $3.2 million, was briefly delisted and then put back on the market in 2015 for $2.9 million.

Meanwhile in Brooklyn, the top home sale was a Park Slope brownstone that sold within a few months of hitting the market, according to StreetEasy. The sale of the home — for $5 million — doesn’t come close to the borough’s record, which is a Cobble Hill townhouse that sold for $15.5 million.

Here’s the full list of March’s top five single-family home sales in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

1. 857 Carroll Street

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $5 million

Size: 4,368 square feet

Stories: Three

Built: 1901

Agents: Ari Harkov, Warner Lewis and Porter Hovey of Halstead Property

2. 351 State Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $4.02 million

Size: N/A

Stories: Five

Built: N/A

Agents: Leslie Marshall, James Cornell and Andrea Wohl Lucas of the Corcoran Group

3. 368 Clinton Street

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill

Price: $4 million

Size: 4,900 square feet

Stories: Three

Built: 1901

Agents: Randy Baruh of the Corcoran Group

473 11th Street

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $4 million

Size: 1,184 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1899

Agents: Myrta Echevarria of Dwell Residential

4. 370 Douglass Street

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $3.95 million

Size: 3,334 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1899

Agents: Alexander Maroni of Douglas Elliman

5. 600 2nd Street

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $3.9 million

Size: 3,860 square feet

Stories: Three

Built: 1899

Agents: Charles Ruoff of Brown Harris Stevens

QUEENS

1. 27-28 Thomson Avenue #700

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $3 million

Building: Arris Lofts

Unit type: Condo

Size: 2,339 square feet

Built: 1920

Agents: Sofia Falleroni of Town Residential

2. 98-02 37th Avenue

Neighborhood: Corona

Price: $2.5 million

Size: 1,544 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1970

Agents: N/A

3. 50-09 Second Street #801

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $2.4 million

Building: The Powerhouse

Unit Type: Condo

Size: 1,620 square feet

Built: 2008

Agents: N/A

4. 52 Tennis Place

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $2.1 million

Size: 2,754 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1920

Agents: Robert Hof of Terrace Sotheby’s Realty

5. 147-37 Third Avenue

Neighborhood: Whitestone

Price: $1.9 million

Size: 3,470 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 2008

Agents: Douglas Elliman


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