Few apartments in gritty but charming Red Hook sell for over $1 million these days. But one did recently. And it belonged to Sam Sifton.
Our sister site Curbed NY reports today that the Times restaurant critic's 2,600 square foot pad just sold for $1.25 million, one of the biggest sales in the neighborhood's history. He purchased the 1899 structure in 2007 for just over a million, netting a $180,000 profit.
One assumes the champion of Brooklyn isn't defecting from the borough, though this could be the end of his tweets about the buses, smells, mornings, and signs of Red Hook.
· Food Critic Sam Sifton Sells Red Hook Home for $1.25 Million [Curbed NY]
· All Coverage of Sam Sifton [~ENY~]