Our post about Bay Ridgers feeling invaded by condo development made some Greenwood Heights residents shake their heads knowingly, as the South Slope and GH have seen their own condo boom. Here's an example: 184 21st Street, aka Greenwood Plaza, went on sale last month. The building has 22 residential units, one commercial unit and four parking spots (handy as there's a school across the street, where double parking during pickup and drop-off times is common). Twenty-one units are one-bedrooms from $395,000 to $819,000; they're 581 to 1,100 square feet and have "outdoor garden spaces as large as 1,125 square feet" according to a press release. On top is the penthouse: 1,900-square-foot two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom, duplex, asking $1.5 million. Here's the description of the insides: "Hardwood oak floors, oversized windows and balconies boasting spectacular views of the NY Harbor and Statue of Liberty," plus "common roof deck, private storage and bike storage in the basement as well as video security systems." It's certainly an up-and-coming area; think there's any chance they'll get the penthouse asking price? The project is marketed by Bond New York.
Sales Begin at Greenwood Plaza
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