Let's say you're interested in pumping sales at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. What can you do? Well, a Post article about Elizabeth Stribling's $6.6 million penthouse doesn't hurt. (When last heard from, Curtis Martin, was not taking a $7.25M One BBP penthouse.) Interestingly, sales of six units in the building are said to be new Brooklyn records, blowing away the previous sales record at the Aurora on Karl Fischer Row. About one-third of the 449 units are now sold and move ins are starting next month. Developer Robert Levine offers this assessment of the one-third full/two-thirds empty glass: "Considering the state of the economic environment, we're doing very well." In the meantime, a few other factoids: Parking spaces range from $128,590 to $281,050, and 20 have been sold. Half of the 18 riverfront cabanas, priced from $145K to $245K, are sold too. The $7.25M Curtis Martin penthouse is still on the market. Act fast.
· B'klyn Beckons [NYP]
· Six Condo Sales Records at One Brooklyn Bridge Park [Brownstoner]
· Curtis Martin Backing Out of Buying Brooklyn's Priciest Apt. [Curbed]