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Gerritsen Beach waterfront, Knapp Street adjacent. Vacant land, 46’ x 38’ V1. Frontage on Allen Street. Block: 8830 Lot: 35
1 692 Square Feet
Prime Park Slope / Vacant Land - This 16.92' x 100' lot, in prime Park Slope is the perfect location and opportunity to build a residential home. R5B zoning allows for 2,300 sq. ft. of buildable air rights. Vacant land in Park Slope doesn't come to market often, All-Cash deals only, with proof of funds.
1907 Barnes Ave
Current use is Garage. In strict "as is " condition. This is a buildable lot in an R-5 zone in desirable Morris Park vicinity. Has current tax designation as tax class 4- commercial as there is a large garage on the premises. This property is also fenced in, and has room for several vans to be parked in front of the garage. If you are a land-scaper; contractor; plumber -this would be perfect for you to park your trucks on, and for you to use to store your excess supplies, and equipment. If you are a builder- the garage can easily come down. This is sold strictly "as is" as a tear down/buildable lot. This is also ideal for a parking lot as the property is 25 x 100 feet and the residents can alway use additional parking. The possibilities are endless! Available for rent also. Please do not tresspass onto the property- which is surrounded by a locked fence. Please provide proof of funds or pre-approval with request to show. PLEASE VERIFY ALL INFO!
1 928 Square Feet
We are pleased to present for sale a development site at 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11215. The lot is 23’ x 83’ and allows for approximately 5,784 buildable square feet. The designated zones, R6A and C2-4, allow for residential developments such as apartment rentals, residential condos, and mixed-use buildings, typically with a commercial space on the ground floor and residential space above. The development site is in an excellent part of Gowanus, near multiple train lines and is experiencing a high level of commercial and residential developments.