$500 a foot in prime Brooklyn Heights? You betcha. There is one catch with well-located and well-appointed pad: A distinct shortage of windows. The railroad-style apartment has just two windows at the front; for a space that's roughly 70-feet deep, that's not a lot of natural light. On the other hand, it's been nicely renovated and, at $699,000, is a heckuva a lot cheaper because of the lack of natural light. How do you think this will fare on the open market?
111 Hicks Street [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
Co-op of the Day: 111 Hicks Railroad Loft
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