Across the Brooklyn Bridge: 10 Most Expensive Brooklyn Buildings

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Last month, we shared with you the 10 Most Expensive Manhattan Buildings, with 15 Central Park West taking the cake. We thought it would be exciting to share with our readers what the 10 Most Expensive Buildings in our neighboring borough of Brooklyn turned out to be for 2013. As we did last time, we did some research on the data of closed sales and compiled this list of the most expensive buildings based on average price per square foot. 

Brooklyn’s most expensive building in 2013 was 2 Montague Terrace, a luxury co-op building located in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. At an average price per square foot of $1,556, the gracious apartment units in the building offers residents a full river view by day, and a sparkling skyline view of Lower Manhattan by night.  

Second up was 292 Powers Street in Williamsburg, coming in at $1,474 per square feet. The bronze medal went to Love Lane Mews ($1,364 / sq. ft.) in Brooklyn Heights, a lovely 38-unit luxury condominium that saw a whopping eleven sales in 2013 alone. 

The neighborhoods of Park Slope, Williamsburg, and Brooklyn Heights continue to remain synonymous with luxury living in Kings County. We are excited to see what will be brewing in this dynamic and ever-changing borough as 2014 unfolds. For a list of more condominiums and co-ops in Brooklyn, click here.

Here are the stats on the 3rd through 10th most expensive Brooklyn buildings:

Esquire 330: $1,346 / sq. ft. - Williamsburg 

37 Tompkins Place: $1,315 / sq. ft. - Cobble Hill

Iroquois 620 10th Street: $1,289 / sq. ft. - Park Slope

468 5th Street: $1,287 / sq. ft. - Park Slope

438 12th Street: $1,264 / sq. ft. - Park Slope

277 President Street: $1,256 / sq. ft. - Carroll Hills

Oceana: $1,250 / sq. ft. - Brighton Beach

Across the Brooklyn Bridge: 10 Most Expensive Brooklyn Buildings 
 
Earlier this month, we shared with you the 10 Most Expensive Manhattan Buildings, with 15 Central Park West taking the cake. We thought it would be exciting to share with our readers what the 10 Most Expensive Buildings in our neighboring borough of Brooklyn turned out to be for 2013. As we did last time, we did some research on the data of closed sales and compiled this list of the most expensive buildings based on average price per square foot.  
 
Brooklyn’s most expensive building in 2013 was 2 Montague Terrace, a luxury co-op building located in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. At an average price per square foot of $1,556, the gracious apartment units in the building offers residents a full river view by day, and a sparkling skyline view of Lower Manhattan by night. 
 
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Second up was 292 Powers Street in Williamsburg, coming in at $1,474 per square feet. The bronze medal went to Love Lane Mews ($1,364 / sq. ft.) in Brooklyn Heights, a lovely 38-unit luxury condominium that saw a whopping eleven sales in 2013 alone. 
 
The neighborhoods of Park Slope, Williamsburg, and Brooklyn Heights continue to remain synonymous with luxury living in Kings County. We are excited to see what will be brewing in this dynamic and ever-changing borough as 2014 unfolds. For a list of more condominiums and co-ops in Brooklyn, click here. 
 
Here are the stats on the 3rd through 10th most expensive Brooklyn buildings:
 
Esquire 330: $1,346 / sq. ft. - Williamsburg
37 Tompkins Place: $1,315 / sq. ft. - Cobble Hill
Iroquois 620 10th Street: $1,289 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
468 5th Street: $1,287 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
438 12th Street: $1,264 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
277 President Street: $1,256 / sq. ft. - Carroll Hills
Oceana: $1,250 / sq. ft. - Brighton Beach
Earlier this month, we shared with you the 10 Most Expensive Manhattan Buildings, with 15 Central Park West taking the cake. We thought it would be exciting to share with our readers what the 10 Most Expensive Buildings in our neighboring borough of Brooklyn turned out to be for 2013. As we did last time, we did some research on the data of closed sales and compiled this list of the most expensive buildings based on average price per square foot.  
 
Brooklyn’s most expensive building in 2013 was 2 Montague Terrace, a luxury co-op building located in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. At an average price per square foot of $1,556, the gracious apartment units in the building offers residents a full river view by day, and a sparkling skyline view of Lower Manhattan by night. 
 
*Insert Infographic here*
 
Second up was 292 Powers Street in Williamsburg, coming in at $1,474 per square feet. The bronze medal went to Love Lane Mews ($1,364 / sq. ft.) in Brooklyn Heights, a lovely 38-unit luxury condominium that saw a whopping eleven sales in 2013 alone. 
 
The neighborhoods of Park Slope, Williamsburg, and Brooklyn Heights continue to remain synonymous with luxury living in Kings County. We are excited to see what will be brewing in this dynamic and ever-changing borough as 2014 unfolds. For a list of more condominiums and co-ops in Brooklyn, click here. 
 
Here are the stats on the 3rd through 10th most expensive Brooklyn buildings:
 
Esquire 330: $1,346 / sq. ft. - Williamsburg
37 Tompkins Place: $1,315 / sq. ft. - Cobble Hill
Iroquois 620 10th Street: $1,289 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
468 5th Street: $1,287 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
438 12th Street: $1,264 / sq. ft. - Park Slope
277 President Street: $1,256 / sq. ft. - Carroll Hills
Oceana: $1,250 / sq. ft. - Brighton Beach 

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