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$16M Townhouse Aims For BK Record; Prefab Design Seminar

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COBBLE HILL?A townhouse listed today makes a pretty extravagant claim in its brokerbabble?that it's "the single most significant luxury home on the market in Brooklyn." Well, with a $16 million price tag, which would shatter the borough's existing $12M record if it got its ask, 177 Pacific Street better be positively superlative. Some more babble below:

Encompassing 10,000 square feet in a spectacularly renovated nearly 27' X 100' 4 story carriage house on one of Cobble Hill's most desirable blocks, this home is literally a once in a life time opportunity. This home offers an unheard of four interior parking spots, an indoor 20 person movie theater, a gym, children's play room, bar, wine cellar, a spectacular 2600 square foot roof garden with a stream and outdoor kitchen, and an elevator to take you to every level. Sadly, we'll have to wait on interior photos till they become available after "the final stage of a custom renovation." [StreetEasy]

WILLIAMSBURG?The prefabulous Broadway Stack, a Curbed favorite, is just one example of myriad modular construction projects around the city. Tomorrow night, brokerage MNS is hosting a seminar on the en vogue topic (Atlantic Yards' B2, anyone?) at its new office in the 'Burg. Called "The Benefits of Building Modular," the fun starts at 6 p.m. at 40 North 6th Street; RSVP here. And yes, Broadway Stack will be on the agenda. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

MIDTOWN EAST?As the controversial rezoning of the area around Grand Central wends its way to a City Council vote in the next month, talk out all your feelings at a morning event hosted by the Landmarks Conservancy. Obviously, they're deeply worried about preservation, and an "illustrated talk" on October 29 will highlight "he venerable buildings surrounding Grand Central that are targeted for demolition, including the Postum Building, Roosevelt Hotel and the Yale Club." The event is from 8:30-9:30 a.m., and you can RSVP here. For more information, contact the Conservancy. [CurbedWire Inbox; official; previously]

Broadway Stack

4857 Broadway, New York, NY