Brooklyn luxury market saw 17 signed contracts last week

Total contract volume was around $55M across three condos and 14 houses

New York /
Jun.June 18, 2018 10:00 AM

261 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights and 293 Warren Street in Carroll Gardens

Brooklyn’s luxury real estate market saw 17 contracts signed last week, split between three condominiums and 14 houses.

The combined asking price of the homes totaled $54.9 million overall and went for an average of roughly $3.2 million, according to the latest report from Stribling & Associates, which counts all homes priced at $2 million or more. The properties spent an average of 143 days on the market.

This was a slower week than the prior one, when 22 contracts were signed with a combined asking price of $62.7 million.

The biggest deal of last week was for a house at 261 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights, last asking $7.25 million. The five-story home spans 6,000 square feet and includes seven bedrooms, eight fireplaces and a 1,350-square-foot garden.

The second largest deal of the week was for a house at 293 Warren Street in Carroll Gardens for $4.6 million. The four-bedroom home spans 2,720 square feet.

Other notable deals included a condo at the Hendrik at 509 Pacific Park in Boerum Hill for $2.85 million and a home at 4202 Ocean Avenue in Manhattan Beach for about $2.6 million. – Eddie Small


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