These were the top Brooklyn and Queens home sales in June

The top Brooklyn sale was for $6 million, while the top Queens sale was for $4 million

Jul.July 06, 2017 08:30 AM

Brooklyn Heights dominated the top home sales in Brooklyn last month, making up five of the top seven sales in the borough during June.

A pair of condominiums in Brooklyn Heights’ Pierhouse complex took the number one and number two spots, with both homes selling for about $6 million, while homes on Cranberry Street,Hicks Street and Pineapple Street in Brooklyn Heights appeared on the list as well. Houses on Congress Street in Cobble Hill And 1st Street in Park Slope were also in Brooklyn’s top seven for June.

A majority of the top sales in Queens during the month of June were in the trendy neighborhoods of Astoria and Long Island City, but the top sale of the month in the borough was a $4 million home on Richmond Road in Little Neck.

See below for what the top seven home sales were during the month of June in Brooklyn and Queens:


90 Furman Street, N1008
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $6 million
Size: NA
Built: 2015
Agents: Corcoran Group

Brooklyn Heights’ Pierhouse complex

130 Furman Street, S403
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $5.9 million
Size: NA
Built: 2015
Agents: Corcoran Group

70 Cranberry Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $5.7 million
Size: 1,919 square feet
Built: 1852
Agents: Yolanda Johnson Vogelzang and Vanessa Van Der Linde-Brown of the Corcoran Group

124 Congress Street
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $5.6 million
Size: 1,164 square feet
Built: 1930
Agents: Deborah Rieders, Sarah Shuken and Raquel Lomonico of the Corcoran Group

566 1st Street
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $5.4 million
Size: 2,150 square feet
Built: 1910
Agents: Leslie Marshall and James Cornell of the Corcoran Group

161hicks Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $5.2 million
Size: 1,650 square feet
Built: 1899
Agents: Jill Seligson Braver of Brown Harris Stevens

65 Pineapple Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $5.1 million
Size: 2,076 square feet
Built: 1835
Agents: Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty


1 Richmond Road
Neighborhood: Little Neck
Price: $4 million
Size: 17,700 square feet
Built: 1950
Agents: Michael Mistiti of Douglas Elliman

23-23 30th Road
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $3.1 million
Size: 6,228 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: N/A

46-30 Center Boulevard, 104
Neighborhood: Long Island City
Price: $2.4 million
Size: 1,204 square feet
Built: 2009
Agents: Nest Seekers International

31-41 29th Street
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $2.2 million
Size: 2,521 square feet
Built: 1915
Agents: N/A

27-21 27th Street (Credit: Google Maps)

27-21 27th Street
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $2 million
Size: 3,129 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: N/A

81 Ascan Avenue
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $1.9 million
Size: 5,070 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: Utopia Real Estate

182-02 Aberdeen Road
Neighborhood: Jamaica Estates
Price: $1.9 million
Size: 14,145 square feet
Built: 1945
Agents: N/A

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