Real Estate and Apartments For Sale in Park Slope
54 Homes and apartments in Park Slope
About Park Slope
As a neighborhood that represents the epitome of Brownstone Brooklyn, Park Slope has a real estate market that has been on fire over the past decade. Asking prices for classic Park Slope townhouses and brownstones for sale have been soaring, seemingly reaching new heights every couple of years. Nowadays, it's challenging to find a townhouse for sale in Park Slope for under $2 million. If you're looking for a cheap apartment for sale in Park Slope, your best bet will be to purchase in a co-op building, where asking prices start at around $200,000. Meanwhile, new developments have been popping up throughout the neighborhood with their high-end luxury condos for sale, attracting a more modern, younger type of resident to the area. Sales prices in these luxury condos are high, with most apartments selling for over $1,000 per square foot. While at first glance, the influx of new developments might seem to take away from the character and charm of this iconic neighborhood, that couldn't be further from the truth. The fact of the matter is that the skyline is relatively unaltered, with fewer new buildings being constructed than in other hot neighborhoods. And almost all of the new condo properties that have been built are located on the western edge of the neighborhood, away from Prospect Park, and the area's iconic, rowhouses and tree-lined streets.
Park Slope Real Estate Sales Trends
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $391,390, one-bedroom apartments go for $716,100, while two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $1,161,399.