Fortis’ Dumbo condo leads real estate deal signings in Brooklyn
The contracts follow one another at 30 Front Street.
An apartment in Fortis Property Group’s ambitious Dumbo condo project once again tops the weekly list of Brooklyn’s most expensive homes to land a deal on. Unit 23A had a final asking price of $7.5 million. In the first week of February, two of the most expensive contracts signed in the borough were for development, which was completed last year.
The latest unit to find a buyer spans 3,073 square feet with four bedrooms and three full bathrooms. It includes a 382 square foot terrace facing the river, a formal foyer and gallery with a bar, a custom-designed kitchen with high-end appliances and a stone island, a master suite with a bathroom en suite, glazed, stone bathroom and laundry room.
Building facilities include a fitness center, bowling alley, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
The second most expensive home in Brooklyn to land a deal was unit 1205 at 58 Saint Marks Place in Boerum Hill, which was asking for $5 million. The apartment has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and 2,895 square feet. It features 10-foot ceilings, 1,161 square feet of private outdoor space including a rooftop terrace, soundproofing in case your neighbor’s kid picks up the drums, and a custom kitchen with glass cabinetry.
The building, completed in 2020, has a full-time lobby, resident manager, on-site parking and storage. It’s just west of Fourth Avenue.
A total of 25 contracts were signed last week for Brooklyn properties priced at $2 million and above, including 18 condos and seven homes, according to a report by Compass.
Asking prices totaled $72.6 million and had a median of $2.5 million. The average price per square foot was $1,528 and units spent an average of 106 days on the market, which is low for a high-end property.