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Once-Troubled Carroll Gardens Building Now Expensive Rentals

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132 2nd Place has come a long way since that the days (mid-2011) when it was surrounded by a wall of shame after part of the back wall collapsed into a neighboring yard. Now, the brownstone has all its walls solidly in place (one can only assume) and has appeared on the market as five rentals after being converted from a single-family. Four of the units are 3BR/2BAs asking from $6,700 to $6,850, while one is a garden-level/basement duplex with an indeterminate number of bedrooms and backyard access. That one is asking $8,250, although it might be overestimating how attractive that basement is going to be to prospective renters. (Or maybe not — there's probably a lot you could do with that space.)

The building has gone through multiple owners since construction first started in 2005. It was purchased by Monhegan Holding Company, LLC that year for $1.85 million, then sold by Monhegan to Henry Azcue in 2007 for $1.825 million. Azcue transferred the deed to another LLC last January.

· 132 Second Place [Streeteasy]
· Carroll Gardens Yard Now Surrounded by Wall of Shame [Curbed]
· After More Than Five Years, 'Remuddling' of 132 Second Place Almost Complete [PMFA]