Price Increases at Carbon 56

2015 Terry Ave Unit 315 Exterior Price Increases at Carbon 56

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.