Neil A. Dolgin
2 Storied 45,000 SF Building Plus 2,500 SF Land
This 45,000 sq. ft. brick-facade building offers 29 NY-style loft spaces in an increasingly popular neighborhood for young professionals and their families. The first floor features 16,200 sq. ft. of commercial space with a loading dock, perfect for retail opportunities, in addition to 4 residential loft spaces. The second floor features 25 residential loft spaces.
The residential loft spaces are characterized by 14’ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and open-concept living that appeals to young professionals looking to live in a vibrant, family-friendly area on the doorstep of Manhattan. Located in Greenpoint, the property has excellent renting potential due to its location and proximity to key transportation, entertainment, dining and park space. The 16,2000 sq. ft. commercial space will be delivered vacant upon purchase.
– Building Dimensions: 22,500 sq.ft on each floor.
– Brick/Mill Construction
– Block 2616 – Lot 18
– Zoned M1-1
– 100% Sprinklered
– 2,500 Amps Electric Service
– One (1) Drive-In Overhead Door
– One (1) Exterior Loading Dock (Banker St)
The classic red-brick facade building sits on a 270×100 sqf lot. Building is located in a rapidly developing pocket of North Williamsburg. Recent area development includes a brand new office tower at 25 Kent, and future improvements to the Bushwick Inlet Park contributing to added foot traffic and rent demand. Building features a courtyard, 24-hour access, property management on site and is located along a bus line. The building is located minutes from the North Williamsburg Ferry Terminal and walking distance to Nassau Avenue Metro Station.
Located on Dobbin St, with a pass thru on Banker St. in Greenpoint Brooklyn. A neighborhood bordering Williamsburg and Long Island City, Queens.
Area is known for a growing population of young professionals drawn to tree-lined streets and the family friendly atmosphere. This mixed residential and industrial community features a thriving commercial district on Manhattan Ave, as well as access to large green space at McCarren Park.
Subway from Manhattan or Queens, take the 7 or E train and switch to the G line at Court Square station. Hop off the G at Greenpoint Ave or Nassau Ave for Greenpoint. Alternatively, you can take the L line and switch to the G train. You can also take the ferry over from East 34th Street to Greenpoint.