Fort Greene Co-ops For Sale

Fort Greene:

Historic Fort Greene is known for its quiet tree-lined blocks and its namesake park. But before those beautiful brownstones and even the park, the area was the site of an actual fort during the Revolutionary War. Architectural and historical artifacts such as the Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument in Fort Greene Park, serve as a reminder of the area’s military past. 

These days, Fort Greene is a trendy, yet community driven neighborhood that is marked by its ethnic diversity and local pride. This family-friendly neighborhood boasts some of Brooklyn’s most beautiful tree-lined blocks with its signature iconic Brooklyn brownstones and carriages houses. The neighborhood is defined by Atlantic Avenue to the South, Flushing Avenue to the North, with Clermont Avenue and Flatbush Extension to its East and West, respectively.

For over 9 years, residents enjoyed the convenience of having a weekly flea market in the area. Brooklyn Flee, founded by Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby, has moved, but Fort Greene still boasts some of the borough’s most renowned cultural institutions. A weekend in Fort Greene can include a dance or theatre show at the prestigious Brooklyn Academy of Music or a visit to beautiful Fort Greene Park for a game of tennis. Dekalb Avenue is the area’s restaurant row that includes diverse options such as Madiba, a South African restaurant and Colonia Verde, which hosts its weekly “Sunday Pig Roast”. After dinner you could take a stroll over to the Barclays Center to enjoy a nighttime concert.  

For media lovers who want to create, the neighborhood is home to BRIC, located on Fulton St., which is a center where aspiring broadcasters and local producers can hone their skills as television producers, and even air their own content on the borough’s access TV station. The neighborhood is also home to Director Spike Lee’s production house, and most recently, the neighborhood served as the set to the recent Netflix reboot of his iconic 1988 movie, “She’s Gotta Have It.”

While the area has seen a recent growth in new development, Fort Green Real Estate is still marked by its single and multifamily brownstones and townhouses. According to Brick Underground, studio co-ops are up to $450,000; one-bedrooms up to 750,000, and two-bedrooms are in the $700,000 to $1.2 million range. One-bedroom condos range from $600,000 to $900,000, and two-bedrooms are up to $1.8 million. Townhouses can run from $2 to $5 million. The average rent in Fort Greene is $3400.

Commuters in Fort Greene enjoy a number of train options. Not only does the Q train service the neighborhood full time on DeKalb Avenue, commuters who live here are a short stroll to Atlantic-Barclays Terminal– a major transportation hub that has access to the B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4 &5 trains. 

You do not want to miss the opportunity to own this beautifully renovated and affordable 2 bedroom located on the boarder of Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn !$699,000
First Showings This Sunday By Open House 11 12 30.$699,000
Light, bright, modern and spacious 2 bedroom, 1.$895,000
Brand new 1 bedroom sanctuary in prime Boerum Hill, Brooklyn !$500,000
Call SELLER's agent for VIRTUAL or in person tours.$835,000
Did you say serene private terrace AND parking in the heart of Boerum Hill ?$1,895,000
Treetop level two bedroom retreat in idyllic and beautiful Fort Greene.$910,000
165 CLINTON AVE 5i is your new home !$665,000
A bright and inviting 2 bedroom, 1 bath residence at 467 Pacific Street, a coveted co op building situated on one of the loveliest tree lined blocks in Brooklyn.$785,000
BACK ON THE MARKET ! ! ! !$859,000
Come home to this Landmark Fort Greene Coop !$929,000
Get the best of brownstone living in this charming, parlor floor studio in Park Slope !$425,000
Call SELLER's agent for VIRTUAL or in person tours.$725,000
Gut renovated 2 Bedroom Apartment just 1.$849,000
Completely renovated and requires no board approval.$785,000
Sprawling, 3 bedrooms with 2 full baths in Clinton Hill.$1,100,000
Sunny amp ; spacious 1 bedroom unit in one of Park Slope's best full service coops.$515,000
Final Showings by Open House Thursday, October 16th from 5 30 to 7pm.$699,000
Move right into this newly renovated two bedroom coop that conveniently straddles Park Slope and Prospect Heights.$695,000
The views never end in this 8th floor corner 1 bedroom 1 bath at 209 Lincoln Place, a full service pre war coop in the heart of North Park Slope.$735,000
The most exquisite 3 bedroom unit to hit the market at Kingsview Homes.$1,075,000
Sunsets have never been more spectacular than from this turn key corner apartment sitting at the entrance to Park Slope, Grand Army Plaza, and Prospect Park.$1,125,000
Great price ! This renovated coop apartment in Clinton Hill has 2 bedrooms and 1.$825,000
Welcome to 191 Willoughby Street, Unit 4H, a rare and extremely sought after TRUE 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom home.$1,049,000
225 Lincoln Place Co op 80 max financing Cats welcomed, sorry no dogs.$635,000
OWN FOR LESS THAN RENTING This generously sized alcove studio has been converted into a very spacious one bedroom apartment.$400,000
Large and beautifully appointed, at the entrance to Prospect Park, and configured as a 2 bed, 1 bath home with a private terrace.$1,150,000
This sunny and beautifully renovated 2bedroom 2bathroom apartment boasts a thoughtfully designed floor plan that offers tremendous versatility.$829,000
Come home to Kingsview Coops that offers the best of both worlds.$740,000
Come home to this beautiful pre war two bedroom property in the Berkeley, a full service, pet friendly elevator building on Grand Army Plaza, boasting a beautiful roof deck with ...$995,000
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