According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of September was $805,000. This price represents an 8.26% increase from last year’s median price of $738,500. The number of sales climbed from 353 to 519, representing a year-over-year increase of 47.03%
So, what does $805,000 get you in Brooklyn? Let’s check it out.
Apartment 32-G at 75 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights is a penthouse level one bedroom, one bath apartment offering open views of Cadman Plaza and the surrounding neighborhoods..
This renovated home offers a spacious layout with a gracious foyer area and a private balcony off the living room. The open kitchen features a suite of stainless steel appliances; stone countertops and a glass backsplash. The bath has been redone in a contemporary style.
75 Henry Street (also known as 200 Cadman Plaza West) is located between Middagh Street and Pineapple Street. Built in 1967 and converted to co-operative ownership in 2002, the building rises 32 floors and contains 352 apartments. There is a full-time doorman plus a resident superintendent.
Building amenities include a gym, community room, planted private gardens, a playground, parking garage with direct elevator access, bike room and storage on each floor.
Apartment 32-G was introduced to the market in February 2021 and went to contract in about ten weeks time. The sale price of $825,000 was the same as the listed price. The property was represented by Chad Chaturvedi and Gregory Williamson of Douglas Elliman. To look at 75 Henry Street or any current availabilities in this Brooklyn Heights co-op, please visit Linecity.