Squeaking in a few days late.
Last week I took a look at construction work on two sites at 20th Street. The developers for both properties appear to be the same ones working (from time to time) next door to us. The bigger site, a double lot at 320 & 318, was sold in late 2012 for almost a million dollars. A bargain, perhaps. Massey Knakal is currently listing for sale two adjoining houses just up the block at 324 & 326, & this tasty parcel (50' X 100') is up for grabs at $2,750,000. The two houses in question are below, at left.
"The site is an ideal development for two contiguous townhomes or a rental/condo development.
On a quiet block that opens towards a view of the Statue of Liberty, the subject site is situated close to two large scenic attractions, Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark. The property is conveniently located just steps from the Prospect Avenue (R) subway stop, the 15 Street–Prospect Park (F & G) subway stop, and the Prospect Expressway."
This will leave 322 sandwiched between penthouse-embellished buildings, and cast into shade. Up on its roof, no chance of even a tiptoe view of a lady with a torch.
Massey Knakal are the brokers handling the sale of the Coignet Building (price undisclosed).