Brooklyn Heights

The condo closings keep on coming at Pierhouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Eye on Real Estate

July 26, 2017 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Condo closings are continuing at Pierhouse, which looms large when seen from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Eagle photos by Lore Croghan
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C’mon light my fire,

Want to take you higher.

The purchaser of the priciest pad to close at Pierhouse in recent weeks must be a fan of Sly and the Family Stone.

The buy was made by Boom Shaka Lacka LLC, and the apartment price was $6,051,816, city Finance Department records indicate.

Eye on Real Estate has been checking periodically on condo closings at the new condo and hotel complex in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The residential portions of Toll Brothers and Starwood Capital Group’s development use the addresses 90 Furman St. and 130 Furman St. The hotel is at 60 Furman St.

The project stirred legal controversy — over the issue of whether the building partly blocks the protected view plane between the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the Brooklyn Bridge.

Since our most recent story about Pierhouse was published two months ago, this is the biggest-dollar buy that was made.

The authorized signatory for the LLC is a Manhattan lawyer named Jordan Mautner, Finance Department records indicate.

The name of the LLC is, of course, taken from the refrain from Sly & the Family Stone’s song “I Want to Take You Higher.”

The second-priciest sale in recent weeks was for a $5,909,261 apartment, Finance Department records show.

A listing agent bought a condo

Deborah Rieders, a Corcoran licensed associate real estate broker who is handling listings at Pierhouse, recently closed on the $3,109,073 purchase of one of its condos, Finance Department records show.

In late June, Rieders sold a residential property at 146 8th St. in Gowanus for $4 million, Finance Department records indicate. She had purchased it for $1.75 million in 2013.

This deal just closed

Craig W. Hupper and Susan R. Hupper closed on a Pierhouse condo purchase in mid-July.

They paid $2,905,423 for their new apartment, Finance Department records indicate.

A recent purchaser has put his condo up for sale

Denis A. Bouboulis bought a Pierhouse condo for $2,645,769 in May, Finance Department records indicate.

His just-purchased unit is now for sale for a $3.3 million asking price. Corcoran’s Vanessa Van Der Linde-Brown and Yolanda Johnson Vogelzang have the listing.    

 

 

 


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