HFF Arranges $27M Sale of Brooklyn Building
HFF recently announced the sale of newly redeveloped 30-unit apartment building in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood.
New York—HFF announced the sale of 333-335 Carroll Street, a 30-unit, Class A boutique apartment building in Brooklyn.
The five-story property was sold for $27.2 million and it offers a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units on a total surface of 984 square feet. Located at 335 Carroll St. between Hoyt and Bond Streets, the building is in close proximity to the F, G and R subway lines and it offers quick access to Whole Foods, Carroll Park, Smith Street and Court Street retail corridors.
Built in 1931 and redeveloped into residences in 2014, the building combines original architectural elements with modern luxury finishes such as open layouts, hardwood floors, reclaimed wood, walk-in-closets, stainless steel appliances, open-island kitchens, 10-foot ceilings and oversized windows. Common area amenities include a rooftop deck with a panoramic view of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline, fully furnished lounge with TV and pool table, fitness center and below-grade parking.
HFF’s Senior Managing Director Andrew Scandalios and Managing Directors Jeff Julien and Rob Hinckley exclusively represented the seller, 333 Carroll Condominium LLC.
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