This one-bedroom at 100 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights has just changed broker directions. After buying the 750-square-foot apartment in May of 2007 for $430,000, the current owner put the place on the market in April for $525,000 for a month before yanking the listing; two weeks later, it popped back up with Corcoran asking $499,000. This place isn't for someone whose obsessed with things like plaster crown moldings and six-panel doors, but it's a fairly-sized unit in good shape with nice windows. What do you think this ends up going for?
100 Remsen Street, #8K [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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