Carroll Gardens condo goes into contract for $4.5M, could set neighborhood record

The current record is held by a $4M unit at 348 Sackett Street

TRD NEW YORK /
Dec.December 14, 2018 05:45 PM

145 Carroll Gardens

A penthouse in Carroll Gardens may soon set a record for priciest condo sale in the neighborhood.

The top-floor unit at Avery Hall Investments and Aria Development Group’s 145 Carroll Gardens has gone into contract for $4.5 million, according to a source. The current record for the priciest condo sale in the neighborhood is held by a unit at 348 Sackett Street that sold for $4 million last May.

145 Carroll Gardens

Ryan Serhant’s Nest Seekers team brokered the deal at 145 Carroll Gardens. Serhant declined to identify the buyer. The development, located at 145 President Street, has 17 units.

Meanwhile, the record for the most expensive residential sale in Carroll Gardens still belongs to the townhouse at 181 President Street, which sold in January for $9.15 million.


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