The developers of Williamsburg's Mill Building must have sprinkled some blood on the doorway in the middle of the night, because the angel of death just passed over the building without a peep. Brownstoner reports that a 2,173-square-foot sixth-floor unit just went to contract for $2 million, a big, bad $920 per square-foot (it was the waterfront buildings that were supposed to fetch those prices). Here's the listing for the apartment. This, despite New York reporting that asking prices across Williamsburg are down? You know what this means, don't you: wood is totally the new glass.
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