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How much for a Brooklyn Heights co-op with a sleeping loft?

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Can you guess the correct asking price?

A living room with a brown leather couch, a circular dining room table with two blue chairs. and hardwood floors.
The living room and kitchen are part of one open space.
Russ Ross, courtesy The Corcoran Group

Pricespotter is Curbed’s pricing guessing game. How much do you think this place is asking? Drop your guess in the comments, and remember, no cheating!

What/Where: 1BR, 1BA co-op in Brooklyn Heights

Square Footage: N/A

Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,325

The listing for this Brooklyn Heights apartment seriously hypes up the view, which is, to be fair, quite lovely. (We’ll let you decide if you would be “overcome by the incredible harbor views in front of you.” The apartment itself is a one-bedroom with a sleeping loft; there are two closets (including one in the loft), as well as one bathroom, a living room with a wall of windows, and a kitchen that’s partially separated from the rest of the space.

Location-wise, it’s in prime Brooklyn Heights: close enough to main drags like Court and Montague streets that it’s convenient, but removed enough from those areas so that it’s peaceful and quiet. Brooklyn Bridge Park is just a few blocks away, as is the subway hub at Borough Hall.

Knowing all that, how much do you think the space is asking? Put your best guess in the comments.

A living room with a wood chair with brown upholstery and a leather couch. There are large windows along one wall.
Large windows let plenty of light in—and showcase the apartment’s views.
A small room with hardwood floors, a bed with a wooden frame, and a desk with a black leather chair.
The sleeping loft is elevated above the living room area.
A bedroom with a wooden dresser, two paintings on the walls, and two windows with sheer curtains.
The bedroom has two windows.