The house was originally listed for $11 million in March this year, but then reduced its ask by August to $9.95 million. The house is back on the market after taking another hit, but will this discount be enough?
No, Jay Z never lived in this particular two-bedroom duplex, but he did once live at 560 State Street, as documented in "Empire State of Mind." This 2BR loft boasts "historical yet modern" touches and an outdoor terrace.
The brokerbabble effuses that the home "combines 21st century comfort with 19th century style," but it’s really the unique layout of the space itself and the two bucolic outdoor spaces that make it feel distinctive.
Pricespotter is Curbed's pricing guessing game, and today, we're looking at a Boerum Hill condo with plenty of space. How much do you think this place is asking? Take a guess, and remember, no cheating.
The circle would make crossing the street far safer and easier for pedestrians. Though the idea seems sensible, city official don’t think the circle could work at Times Plaza due to lack of space. But there could be a solution for that, too.
This effort is part of the agency’s Next Generation NYCHA program, which is looking to develop between 30-40 underutilized sites at NYCHA developments into mixed-income housing, over the next 10 years.
What this tiny Boerum Hill studio lacks in size, it more than makes up for in location. And even though the size of this place will likely turn some people off, the apartment does have plenty of charming attributes.
Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we - you guessed it - take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market. This week's entries are in Park Slope, Boerum Hill, Bed-Stuy, Crown Heights, and Stuyvesant Heights.
More and more condos keep coming to Boerum Hill, with the Hendrik, a new development by Hopestreet, the latest to join other projects like The Boerum, The Nevins, and Morris Adjmi's 465 Pacific Street.
Apartments at the Adam America Real Estate-developed building range in size from one to four bedroom units, and at an average size of 1,150 square feet they are relatively large apartments. The project is expected to be complete sometime in the Spring of 2017.
In this week's edition of Curbed Comparisons, we're looking at $3,400 apartments in New York City neighborhoods like Boerum Hill, the Financial District, and Chelsea. Which one would you choose? Cast your vote!