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Brooklyn’s luxury real estate market had a surprisingly strong 4th quarter


The Park Slope new development at 251 1st St. also had two units go into contract. Designed by ODA New York, the 44-unit building features 2- to 4-bedroom condominiums and two floors worth of amenities. December slowed down a bit, but was still up overall ...


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GET BREAKING NEWS UPDATES Get our instant notifications as news happens ENABLE NOT NOW You can manage them anytime using browser settings Health Food Viva Games Share This facebook Tweet email Brooklyn’s luxury real estate market had a surprisingly strong 4th quarter  Brooklyn’s luxury real estate market had a strong 4th quarter BY Ari Harkov NEW YORK DAILY NEWS CONTRIBUTOR Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 1:10 AM facebook Tweet email Brooklyn’s luxury market had a strong fourth quarter, with nabes like Cobble Hill, Park Slope and Carroll Gardens (above) leading the way

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