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How Low Can Leftovers Go at Williamsburg's Warehouse 11?

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Fresh off taking home a coveted 2010 Curbed Award for its now legendary fire sale, Williamsburg's Warehouse 11 is the beneficiary of some positive pub in the Brooklyn Paper today. The story mentions that after a year of struggles and a remarkable comeback, the 120-unit building has crossed the 90% sold mark. One of the more interesting things about this North 11th Street creation from architect Karl Fischer is the price-per-square-foot craziness (the building was marked down way below other new construction in Williamsburg), so we thought we'd take a look at what Warehouse 11's leftovers are going for.

According to StreetEasy, the recorded sales come in at a $560 per square foot average, which is well below the $650/sqft mark the building's reps said the pricing would return to once certain sales milestones were hit and the building was no longer in danger of imploding. There are currently six active listings, and they're a bit all over the place. Here they are, from cheapest to priciest:

#6A: studio, 772sqft; $499,000 ($646/sqft)
#1M: 1 bed, 1.5 bath, 1,258sqft; $520,000 ($413/sqft)
#1Q: 1 bed, 1.5 bath, 1,417sqft; $589,000 ($415/sqft)
#4W: 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,009sqft; $615,000 ($609/sqft)
#6S: 1 bed, 2 bath, 1,201sqft; $699,000 ($582/sqft)
#1U: 1 bed, 1.5 bath, 1,598sqft; $709,000 ($443/sqft)

Anyone been to Warehouse 11 to kick the tires on these scraps?
· Warehouse 11 is back from the brink [Brooklyn Paper]
· Listings: Warehouse 11 [StreetEasy]
· Warehouse 11 coverage [Curbed]