Price Increases at Carbon 56

2015 Terry Ave - Unit 315 - Exterior

Shortly after coming back it is interesting to note that Carbon 56 is increasing prices.

Unit 213 was $387,500 and is now $414,000.

Unit 315 was $479,500 and is now $512,000.


Guess they decided those prices were a little steep. #213 is now $399,500 and #315 is now $499,500.

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  • Steven Lazen

    These should sell fast even in the 480isf/sf range. Nice building, great location. Wish they would not have the same exact photos for each unit and, of course, some floor plans would be nice! I know you pay more per month (with HOA) for a condo than a townhome but a 1,000sf condo feels so much bigger than a 1500sf three story townhome and comes with a less expensive initial price as most townhomes are in the 650k+ range now.

  • LOreal7

    Kitchen appliances, bathrooms, finishes need major upgrades. Add another $50k at least.