LANDMARK PARK SLOPE Located along Brooklyn’s “canyon of mediocrity,” the Karl Fisher-designed Landmark Park Slope is not much to look at, but renters don’t seem to mind. Within one month of coming to market, half of the 104 units were leased by mid-September. At that point, the developers thought it would be a good idea to jack up the prices from $2,800 to $3,300 for one-bedrooms and $3,700 to $4,300 for a two-bedroom. But the higher prices don’t seem to have deterred renters; StreetEasy shows just 10 active listings.
267 6TH STREET, BROOKLYN, NY 11215