Flashy and Manhattan- (even Miami-) worthy as Richard Meier’s On Prospect Park may be, the glassic condo off Grand Army Plaza has actually attracted a majority of Brooklynites into the building. While the first of the project’s five penthouses went to a Midwesterner, a member of the borough’s brood has snatched up another–just as Corcoran‘s Cheryl Nielsen-Saaf promised The Observer back in February.
The buyer, according to city records, is David Dosik, a doctor whose practice is just down Seventh Avenue across from New York Methodist. He paid $3.3 million for the 3,071-square-foot all-seeing spread. Located on the north side of the building, the condo has views of the entire Manhattan skyline, as well as much of Brooklyn. The original asking price was $3.5 million, when the unit was put on the market in September to test the waters–which are no longer tepid!
Dr. Dosik’s four-bedroom home features all the cutting-edge, clean-line features the buyer would expect from Mr. Meier: Corian, Gaggenau, Miele, Subzero, Thassos marble, a Zuma air jet soaking tub. “Floors are rift cut white oak plank throughout,” Mr. Nielsen-Saaf’s listing boasts. The amenities are numerous, and now they include an in-house medic.
In December, Dr. Dosik sold his five-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot home in Manhattan Beach for $2 million, according to StreetEasy. The Spanish Tudor at 83 Coleridge Street was bought by Maria and Dmitri Vayner. Quite the change of scenery for the good doctor.