Report: $4.5M Brooklyn Condo Signed Into Contract Transaction Could Be a Record-Setter for Carroll Gardens

A rendering of 145 Carroll Gardens (TheSerhantTeam).

A Carroll Gardens condo that was recently signed into contract could set a record in the neighborhood.

According to Stribling's Brooklyn luxury report, a contract was signed for a penthouse at the condo building called 145 Carroll Gardens (located on 145 President Street) with the asking price of $4,500,000. The condo was among 12 homes – three condos and nine townhouses priced $2 million or above – that signed into contract for the week of December 10-16. If the transaction closes at that asking price, the penthouse would be the most expensive condo sale in Carroll Gardens. The current record holder is a condo on 348 Sackett Street that went for $4 million last May, The Real Deal reported. 

As described by Stribling, the 2,321 square-foot unit consists of four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. It features 9-foot ceilings, white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a private terrace measuring 1,061 square feet. Monthly maintenance charges will run the new owner about $1,997.

Building amenities at 145 Carroll Gardens, according to StreetEasy, include a virtual doorman, a fitness center, private storage for every residence, and rooftop terraces with views of Lower Manhattan.

Set on a picturesque, tree-lined street, 145 Carroll Gardens is a brand new condominium boasting 17 homes of unparalleled luxury and style,” said the listing for the penthouse on StreetEasy. “Blocks away from Cobble Hill's shops on Court Street, Columbia Waterfront's idyllic beauty, Red Hook's burgeoning food scene, and Carroll Gardens' charming coffee shops and bakeries, 145 Carroll Gardens is truly centered at the heart of it all.”


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