$10.6M Pierhouse is Brooklyn’s most expensive condo sold to date

Posted On Fri, March 3, 2017 By

Posted On Fri, March 3, 2017 By In Brooklyn Heights, Recent Sales

It may pale in comparison to Manhattan’s $100 million record-setter at One57, but a unit at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pierhouse just closed for $10,669,579, setting the record for most expensive condo ever sold in the borough. Curbed first spotted the sale, which took the top spot from the $8.8 million penthouse sale in Dumbo’s 1 Jay Street in September 2015.

Interior images are general marketing views; they don’t represent this specific unit

As Curbed notes, the Pierhouse development has seen several pricey sales over the past year. This past November and December, a three- and a four-bedroom condo each sold for more than $7 million, and in January a $7.6 million sale was the most expensive in Brooklyn for the month. Of the 106 units on the market at the Brooklyn Heights development, an $11,179,000 three-bedroom is currently in contract, so this new record may be short-lived. There’s also a $24 million penthouse on the market nearby at One Brooklyn Bridge Park (it originally listed for a whopping $32 million).

Specifics on the $10.6 unit weren’t publicly available, but the buyers are Goldman Sachs mergers bigwig Timothy Ingrassia and his wife Stephanie, president of the board at the Brooklyn Museum. The couple, well-known arts philanthropists and contemporary art collectors, bought a $10.75 million Brooklyn Heights townhouse in 2006, but sold it the following year for a mere $5.7 million. The couple also owns a large Connecticut farmhouse where they run a vineyard.

[Via Curbed]


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