These were the top Brooklyn and Queens home sales in August

Brooklyn Heights dominated BK's list

TRD New York /
Sep.September 18, 2017 12:15 PM

UPDATED, 3:18 p.m. September 18 Brooklyn Heights is back on top of the Brooklyn housing market after briefly ceding the spotlight to Park Slope in July.

The famed neighborhood occupied the top two spots in August for the priciest home sales in Brooklyn with a $10.2 million sale at Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park and an $8.4 million sale at 31 Garden Place, according to data provided by PropertyShark. Dumbo had two properties in the top five as well, while Park Slope had one.

No particular neighborhood dominated the list in Queens, with homes in different parts of the borough occupying each of the top five spots. The No. 1 sale went to a beachfront property in Far Rockaway, which sold for $2.9 million, while properties in Elmhurst, Astoria, Long Island City and Forest Hills rounded out the Queens list with one property apiece.

See below for the top five home sales during the month of August in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

130 Furman Street, S401
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $10.2 million
Size: 5,586 square feet
Built: 2015
Agents: The Corcoran Group

31 Garden Place
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $8.4 million
Size: 4,750 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Matt Holbein and Katherine Camp of Compass

527 3rd Street
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $6.9 million
Size: 4,016 square feet
Built: 1899
Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad, Cristina Criado, Jessica Hirsh and Daniel Dinko of Compass

51 Jay Street, PHB
Neighborhood: Dumbo
Price: $6.1 million
Size: 2,973 square feet
Built: 2016
Agents: Deborah Brener Zolan of Halstead Property

51 Jay Street, PHE
Neighborhood: Dumbo
Price: $5.9 million
Size: 3,016 square feet
Built: 2016
Agents: Deborah Brener Zolan of Halstead Property

QUEENS

130 Beach 134th Street
Neighborhood: Far Rockaway
Price: $2.9 million
Size: 2,664 square feet
Built: 2016
Agents: Lisa Jackson of Rockaway Properties

78 Dartmouth Street
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $2.7 million
Size: 3,305 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: Joseph Marx and Deborah LaMacchia of Madeleine Realty

90-12 Whitney Avenue
Neighborhood: Elmhurst
Price: $2.6 million
Size: 4,302 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: Yat Cheung Lam of Charles Rutenberg Realty

21-27 30th Drive
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $2.4 million
Size: 1,768 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: NA

10-63 Jackson Avenue, PHG
Neighborhood: Long Island City
Price: $2.2 million
Size: 1,847 square feet
Built: 2008
Agents: Brittany Fox, Doron Zwickel and Caleb Nickels of Core Group Marketing

This story was updated to include the agents for the most recent sale of 31 Garden Place.


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