One Clinton Street tops Brooklyn’s luxury market

Two units, asking $5M and $4.9M, snagged buyers

One Clinton Street Tops Brooklyn’s Luxury Market
1 Clinton Street, James Cornell, Leslie Marshall (Getty, Corcoran, oneclintonbk)

Hudson Companies’ One Clinton Street dominated Brooklyn’s luxury market last week. 

The Brooklyn Heights condo was home to the borough’s two priciest contracts between Feb. 19 and Feb. 25, according to Compass’ weekly report. Fourteen homes asking $2 million or more found buyers, down from 18 in the previous period. 

Unit 30C at the 38-story building was the most expensive to snag a contract, with an asking price of $5 million. The 3,200-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

The duplex features a corner living room with eight-foot windows, views of the harbor and the city and a primary bedroom with dual walk-in closets.

The second most expensive home to find a buyer was Unit 28C at the building, with an asking price of $4.9 million. The duplex spans 3,200 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

It also features a windowed kitchen, foyer, corner living room and windowed five-fixture marble bath. 

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Corcoran’s Cornell Marshall Hovsepian Team, led by James Cornell, Leslie Marshall and Nick Hovsepian head sales at the building on the site of the former Brooklyn Heights Library. Amenities include a fitness center, in-house resident manager, outdoor terrace and sky lounge. 

Since sales launched in 2019, units at the building have topped weekly contract reports in the borough. A penthouse asking $9 million nabbed a buyer early last June. A month later, a buyer signed a contract for a 28th-floor unit with an asking price of $4.5 million

Of the 14 homes to enter contract, nine were condos, one was a co-op and four were townhouses. 

The average asking price was $3.4 million, or $1,544 per square foot. They spent an average of 217 days on the market and had an average discount of 4 percent from their original listing price

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This article has been updated to reflect the leaders of Corcoran’s Cornell Marshall Hovsepian Team.