The Daily News has newly declared Columbia Heights as New York City’s “off-the-radar” Millionaire’s Row. This recent christening followed the sale of 212 Columbia Heights, sold for $11 million.
Columbia Heights is a six-block stretch in Brooklyn Heights, now dubbed the most expensive row of brownstones in Brooklyn real estate. These apartments also view Lower Manhattan, the Satue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Other notable buys in the borough include Tim Ingriassia of Goldman Sachs’ 2006 brick home purchase for $10.75 million and FAE Holdings, LLC’s home for $11 million.
The previous owner of 212 Columbia Heights said, “Brooklyn was always considered a poor step child to Manhattan, but now it is really coming into its own.”