More news for the prominent mixed-use building on the corner of Macon and Stuyvesant. (The place where plans for a Thai restaurant fell through, and where a stop work order was issued for work without a permit.) This listing just popped up for the entire property — it’s asking $6.3 million, a very high price indeed. There are seven units total with the ground-floor commercial space. Oddly enough, Streeteasy also shows that three of the apartment units are on the market, with a three bedroom asking $3,295 a month, a two bedroom asking $2,850 a month, and another two bedroom asking $2,595. Are rents really that expensive in this area? Yeesh.
The selling price of the building will really be a test of how much the market’s boomed in the last year — it sold for $2.5 million in 2014.