Throughout 2012 and the first quarter of 2013, Brooklyn’s real estate market has been booming with sales on new developments, townhouses and brownstones, and practically everything in between. Below are three properties located throughout Brooklyn that can easily explain why the borough’s real estate market has hit new highs.
Located in Greenpoint, this duplex penthouse offers a 3 terraces, one of which spans 1,000-square feet. In addition to its expansive outdoor space, we are drawn to the apartment’s beautiful open layout, architectural staircase and 42-inch fireplace.
Brooklyn Heights is known by many for its historic townhouses, and this 31-foot-wide townhouse offers both history and modernity on a classic, townhouse and tree-lined block. Featuring a suite of high-end appliances and fixtures, this fully converted property offers multiple floors for entertaining, including a planted rooftop with open eastern views.
Over the past few years, Williamsburg’s new development growth has been extensive. Two of the most successful projects on the Williamsburg waterfront are 1 and 2 Northside Piers, the latter being where this 2,379-square foot penthouse is located. It’s no surprise why buyers have flocked to this building because of its views and extensive array of amenities. We’re certainly big fans of this duplex’s floor-to-ceiling windows, open layout and the fact that it boasts the largest terrace in the entire building.