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279 Prospect Park W Unit: 2-A

$1,279,000 279 Prospect Park W Unit: 2-A, New York City, NY 11215
Showings daily by appointment. Located only 4 short blocks from Prospect Park's entrance, a rarely available condominium conversion of a bank that was also once a factory. Located at the border of Park Slope and Windsor Terrace, this apartment has it all! With its large and flexible space, the unit is uniquely set up to support your ever changing and growing lifestyle.Similar in size and layout to past listings within the building, this type of layout has been converted to 2 and 3 bedrooms as needed. This sunbathed corner unit offers approx 1,229interior sf and approx 514 sf of finished roof deck. It is quiet and comes complete with 12 foot ceilings through-out, a built-in floor-to-ceiling library with ladder, fully built in central air system, gated off street parking lot (with your own space) and wood burning fireplace.There is a fully loaded commercial grade stainless steel kitchen complete with deep drawers, large double sinks, spring faucet, Subzero fridge, Viking range, and Miele dishwasher. Two renovated modern bathrooms, the primary has a dressing room. Washer and Dryer in unit. With some of the most well-known restaurants and bars, the vibrant liveliness of 5th & 7th avenues are only a 5 to 10 minute walk from your front door. It doesn't matter if there are stay at home orders or if Brooklyn is fully open for business, this apartment is placed perfectly to enjoy the best of Brooklyn's great outdoor spaces like Prospect Park, Greenwood Cemetery, and outdoor hot spots like Greenwood Park and Krupa.You're on the edge of a weekend full of festivities. Enjoy low common charges and taxes, recently renovated halls, and the building has a significant reserve fund as well. Zoned school is PS. 154. Park WestCommons was converted to a 24-unit condo complex in 1988. Built in 1920, the building has celebrated importance to the neighborhood and iconic movie making significance. In 1975 the building was cast as the bank, First Bank of Brooklyn, in the Al Pacino movie, called Dog Day Afternoon. All the exterior shots of the movie were filmed on location on Prospect Park West between 17th and 18th Street. The condo complex still retains most of the original facade of the building and has a shared common garden.
  • Sold
  • 1
  • 2
  • 1920
    Year Built
  • 1,229 Sq.Ft.
    Living Area

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status: Sold
  • Living Space: 1,229 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID: OLRS-946701
  • Type: Residential
  • Year Built: 1920
  • Architecture Styles: Prewar


  • Total Bedrooms: 1
  • Total Bathrooms: 2
  • Full Bathrooms: 2
  • Appliances: Dryer, Washer
  • Other Interior Features: Entrance Foyer

Exterior & Building

  • Stories: 2
  • Air Conditioning: Central Air
  • Other Exterior Features: Building Garden, Rooftop


  • Sales Price: $1,279,000
  • Real Estate Tax: $3,492/yr
  • HOA Fees: $468

279 Prospect Park W Unit: 2-A

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