Eight contracts signed for Brooklyn luxury pads last week

The most expensive deal was for $2.9M in Dumbo at 100 Jay Street

TRD New York /
Mar.March 19, 2018 09:45 AM

Brooklyn’s luxury market saw eight contracts signed last week, split between four houses, three condos and one co-op.

The market, defined as all homes that sell for $2 million or more, had a median contract price of just over $2.5 million, and the eight deals made up roughly $20.5 million overall, according to a new report from Stribling & Associates.

The most expensive contract went to unit 32C at 100 Jay Street in Dumbo, which sold for just under $2.9 million. The three-bedroom penthouse spans 1,874 square feet with a pair of outdoor spaces providing more than 200 square feet of outside space.

Second place went to a 3,040-square-foot townhouse at 70 Conselyea Street in East Williamsburg, which sold for roughly $2.8 million. The home features two fireplaces and a garden, and it can either be used as a single-family home with six bedrooms or as an income producing property.

Other luxury deals included a condo at 265 State Street (the Boerum) in Downtown Brooklyn that sold for $2.5 million and a house at 108 Jackson Street in Williamsburg that sold for $2.1 million.

The previous week saw 18 contracts inked for luxury properties in Brooklyn, according to Stribling.


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