2,205 SF Mixed-Use Property with Parking Lot

372 Columbia Street

Red Hook

Lot SF 3,056 SF
Building SF 2,205 SF
Park Lot SF 2,321 SF
Cross Streets Commerce/ Seabring St
Subways
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Buses
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Other Transportation
SB Red Hook Ferry
Mixed-Use 372 Columbia Street, Red Hook
Ofer Cohen
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Details

Building Dimensions 21 ft x 40 ft
Building Class S2
Stories 3

Overview

TerraCRG has been retained to exclusively represent ownership in the sale of 372 Columbia Street, a three-story mixed-use building in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

372 Columbia Street, located between Luquer Street and Seabring Street, is 2,205 SF and comprised of two floor-through apartments above a ground floor vacant commercial space, with an additional 2,321 SF of outdoor parking. The property will be delivered completely vacant, allowing the unique opportunity for users to capitalize on the ability to own live/work space in Brooklyn

Attractions

The neighborhood of Red Hook has seen a major uptick in interest, investment, and development which has changed the landscape by providing residences and visitors with many amenities, places to shop, and dozens of independent art galleries. The property’s proximity to two major retail corridors, Van Brunt Street and Columbia Street, provides access to a wide array of retailers, including both national chains and local stores, a myriad of bars and restaurants, and some of the most acclaimed restaurants in Brooklyn.

Directly across the street from 372 Columbia Street is Defonte’s, the renowned sandwich shop that has been a neighborhood staple for decades. Just a short distance away are many other Red Hook eateries and retailers that draw in major crowds, especially on the weekends. Additional hot spots include Hometown BBQ, the Red Hook Winery, Grindhaus, Brooklyn Crab, Fairway Market, Ikea and Raaka Chocolate.

Hometown BBQ
the Red Hook Winery
Grindhaus
Brooklyn Crab
Fairway Market
Ikea and Raaka Chocolate.

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