Photos via Corcoran
Rental-to-coop prewar conversion 382 Prospect Place has started sales.
Located between Washington Avenue and Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights, the four-story brick building was built in 1931 in the Federal Style. The renovated structure has 24 units, all two-bedroom residences. Pricing for available units starts at $505,000 and goes up to $645,000.
Interiors have hardwood floors with inlaid cherry wood framing, crown moldings, ceiling fans, new windowed baths with white subway tile and kitchens with white lacquer cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and stainless steel tile backsplash.
Amenities include voice intercom, video security, bicycle storage, shared laundry and a roof deck with skyline views of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The building traded to 380 Prospect Partners LLC in 2004 for $2.075 million, according to Department of Finance records. The offering plan was approved last month, with an initial price of $12,236,845.
Corcoran Group is marketing the conversion.
Floorplan below for Unit 23, a two-bedroom, one-bathroom asking $645,000: