On the Market in New York City
By: Sydney FranklinPublished: 1/14/2021Source: The New York Times
Featuring Cordelia Stephens' listing at 100 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights:
Brooklyn Heights Co-op • $340,000 • BROOKLYN • 100 Remsen Street, No. 2K
A one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with large rooms, a foyer, a galley kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, parquet floors, four large closets and new windows, in a pet-friendly midcentury building with a part-time doorman and shared laundry.
Cordelia Stephens, 646-369-6754, Corcoran; corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $1,256 a month
PROS The apartment is up one flight of stairs in an elevator building, convenient for buyers with or without mobility issues. There is a dining nook between the living room and kitchen with a corner window facing south and west. The building allows unlimited subletting.
CONS A cash purchase is required and the co-op leases the land it’s built on, complicating its finances. The apartment doesn’t have a dishwasher or in-unit laundry.
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