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Family Flat: 3BR/2 Bath Modern Condo for Sale

August 19, 2010

Condo of the Week

Location: Pacific Street at Franklin Avenue

A modern and updated condo in the Prospect Heights/Clinton Hill area of Brooklyn is certainly worth checking out this week. The condo, listed for $469,000, is currently under construction (but will be ready in two months) and is described as a “dream house.” Sounds about right as I read the list of amenities: three bedrooms, two baths, designer finishes and option to have a roof top deck overlooking Manhattan or a private yard. And with 1,300 square feet and four units open, there is enough space for a several small families to flourish here. On top of all of that real estate goodness, the condos are near the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park and Fort Greene park. Kid-friendly area and an attractive home, sign me up!



1153 Pacific Street
Between Franklin and Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Near C,S and A trains


  • Spacious Landmark Condominium (four units are available)
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two full bathrooms
  • Designer finishes
  • Options for Private Roof deck plenty of sunlight and amazing Manhattan skyline or private yard great for BBQ
  • High-end Italy modern Granite kitchen with Full stainless steel appliances
  • Open space layout
  • 9 foot ceilings
  • Hardwood floors
  • Roof deck access with great view of Manhattan
  • Washer/dryer hookups
  • Central heating and cooling
  • Video intercom
  • Private storage
  • Each unit is approx 1,300 square feet

Contact Information:

Please call Nir: (646) 797-7354 to set up a private tour of any of these units.

Serena Norr is a real-live Brooklynite who was raised in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. She is now the managing editor of Relocation.com, which has perfected her juggling skills as she tackles a full-time job, freelancing and the best part of her day spending time with her energetic toddler. When free time strikes (insert laughing), she loves exploring Brooklyn with her daughter, checking out restaurants, writing plays, taking pictures, creating collages, and making soups – which she chronicles on her blog-http://seriouslysoupy.blogspot.com.