Here were July’s priciest new listings in BK, Queens

A Brooklyn Heights townhouse asking $18M topped the charts

TRD New York /
Aug.August 03, 2016 07:00 AM

Roughly two years after Jared Kushner’s Kushner Companies snapped up a $36.5 million multifamily portfolio from the Brooklyn Law School, the developer has put one of the properties back on the market as a single-family townhouse.

The newly renovated 27 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights hit the market last month for $18 million, making it July’s priciest new listing, according to data provided by Point2 Homes. The property was one of six multi-family properties purchased by Kushner in 2014. The townhouse has since been converted into a five-bedroom, single-family home.

In Queens, the most expensive single-family home to hit the market last month was a Bayside property for $3.5 million. The five-bedroom home features a saltwater pool and a theater.

Here’s a rundown of some of the priciest single-family homes in Brooklyn and Queens that hit the market in July:


1. 27 Monroe Place

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $18 million

Building: Townhouse

Size: 7,000 square feet

Built: 1844

Agents: Leslie Marshall and James Cornell of the Corcoran Group TRData LogoTINY

2. 265 Hicks Street

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $10.8 million

Building: Townhouse

Size: 4,400 square feet

Built: 1910

Agents: Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser and Alex Yoel of Leslie Garfield & Co.

3. 138 North 1st Street

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Price: $10 million

Building: Townhouse

Size: 4,800 square feet

Built: N/A

Agents: Jeff Lorenz of the Corcoran Group

4. 246 83rd Street

Neighborhood: Bay Ridge

Price: $8 million

Size: 7,000 square feet

Built: 2008

Agents: Konstantina Vellios of Keller Williams Realty Empire

5. 55 Pearl Street

Neighborhood: Dumbo

Price: $7 million

Building: Townhouse

Size: 3,358 square feet

Built: 2014

Agents: Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty


1. 216-20 27th Avenue

Neighborhood: Bayside

Price: $3.5 million

Size: 8,000 square feet

Built: 1940

Agents: Coldwell Banker

2. 11 Greenway North

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $3.2 million

Size: 4,856 square feet

Built: 1925

Agents: Robert Hof of Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty

2. 10-46 46th Road

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $3.2 million

Building: Townhouse

Size: 3,400 square feet

Built: 2011

Agents: Mary Beth McGill of Modern Spaces

3. 144-11 South Drive

Neighborhood: Malba

Price: $2.5 million

Size: 2,228 square feet

Built: 1955

Agents: Li Li of Century Homes Realty Group

4. 47 192 Street

Neighborhood: Auburndale

Price: $2.5 million

Size: 2,033

Built: 2011

Agents: Alan Mei

4. 73-03 196th Place

Neighborhood: Fresh Meadows

Price: $2.3 million

Size: 2,755 square feet

Built: 2014

Agents: Shan Yip of SpaceMax Realty

5. 47-05 5th Street #201

Neighborhood: Hunters Point

Price: $1.9 million

Building: 21-unit condominium

Unit type: Condo

Size: 1,600 square feet

Built: 2016

Agents: N/A

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