Last summer, State Assembly Hakim Jeffries consigned Brooklyn's 387 Franklin Avenue to the nearly-distressed pile of buildings he thought should be turned into affordable housing. But 387 Franklin wasn't out of the game yet! It fought its way back from the almost-dead and has now hit the market. So far, prices in the 28-unit building from Zambrano Architects in the Bed-Stuy/Clinton Hill DMZ range from $275,000 to $485,000 for studios through two-bedrooms, all with private outdoor space. Are they likely to sell at those prices?
The architects' exterior rendering, plus an interior: