A portfolio of nine residential buildings in two of Brooklyn’s most sought-after neighborhoods — Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope — is on the market through Eastern Consolidated, the Brooklyn Eagle reports. The addresses of the nine buildings are as follows:
• In Brooklyn Heights — 100 Clark St., and 182, 186 and 188 State St.
• In Park Slope — 217 and 129 St. John’s Place, 43 Prospect Place, 9 St. Mark’s Ave., and 888 Carroll St.The firm has seen "a great deal of interest from the investment community,” according to the Eagle.
UPDATE: The Brooklyn Heights Blog has a lively discussion going about just when 100 Clark Street will actually fall all the way down...