The latest from Curbed NY...
1) Tribeca: At long last, the ridiculous 23,500-square-foot Duane Street loft mansion/fun house has found a buyer for somewhere around $49.5 million. This places has a basketball court, landscaped roofdeck, a giant fireplace, super high ceilings, and one of the greatest staircases of all time.
2) Brooklyn: The townhouse market in brownstone Brooklyn is, to say the least, out of control with skyrocketing asking prices. But there are single-family homes to be found for the poor, sad people who can only afford a $2 million purchase. We found the 10 cheapest options on the market, and they start at $1,995,000.
3) Boerum Hill: At the other end of the spectrum, a once-neglect brownstone has returned to market for nearly 8 times what it sold for in 2010. The house was in such sad shape, the owners paid just $1M of the $1.3M asking price. Now they want $7.9 million. Cha-ching!
4) Flatiron District: We got a look inside the $25 million penthouse of a new development on Madison Square Park. The 10,000-square-foot duplex has an epic rooftop terrace (putting green included) and Chelsea Clinton as a neighbor.
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