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

A Boerum Hill warehouse-turned-loft topped the list

TRD New York /
Mar.March 13, 2017 07:30 AM

The priciest single-family home sale in Brooklyn last month was a warehouse-turned-posh loft in Boerum Hill.

The four-bedroom home at 90 Wyckoff Street sold for $5.4 million in February, making it the most expensive sale to close in the borough last month, according to data provided by PropertyShark. In Queens, sales in Bayside and Murray Hill dominated the top five single-family home sales ranking provided by the listing website. The priciest deal was for a two-story townhouse at 147-12 Roosevelt Avenue in Murray Hill.

Here are the top five single-family home sales in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

1. 90 Wyckoff Street
Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $5.4 million
Size: 6,000 square feet
Built: 1931
Agents: Mary Ellen Cashman of Stribling

2. 2034 East 5th Street
Neighborhood: Gravesend
Price: $5 million
Size: 2,232 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: N/A

3. 90 Furman Street #N-804
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $4.5 million
Building: Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Unit type: Condo
Size: 2,605 square feet
Built: 2015
Agents: Carla Curcio of Toll Brothers City Living

4. 90 Furman Street #N526
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $4.48 million
Building: Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Unit type: Condo
Built: 2015
Agents: Toll Brothers City Living

5. 90 Furman Street # N-814
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $4 million
Building: Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Unit type: Condo
Size: 2,091 square feet
Built: 2015
Agents: Toll Brothers City Living

QUEENS
1. 147-12 Roosevelt Avenue
Neighborhood: Murray Hill
Price: $2.7 million
Size: 2,505 square feet
Built: 1910
Agents: N/A

2. 37-25 222nd Street
Neighborhood: Bayside
Price: $2 million
Size: 3,944 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: N/A

3. 149-64 Cherry Avenue
Neighborhood: Murray Hill
Price: $1.8 million
Size: 2,233 square feet
Built: 1905
Agents: Keller Williams NYC

4. 216-15 33rd Avenue
Neighborhood: Bayside
Price: $1.6 million
Size: 2,380 square feet
Built: 1940
Agents: Gus Makridis of Realty Executives Today

5. 140-29 Poplar Avenue
Neighborhood: Flushing
Price: $1.6 million
Size: 2,400 square feet
Built: 1960
Agents: N/A


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