8,000 SF industrial property in Greenpoint

772 Humboldt Street

Greenpoint

$4,600,000

Ceiling Heights 12-18 Feet
Lot Size 80 x 100 Feet
Square footage 8,000 SF
Cross Streets Norman ave and Meserole ave
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Industrial/Office 772 Humboldt Street, Greenpoint
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Details

Zoning M1-1
Building Class F5
Gross BSF 16,000

Overview

The M1-1-zoned property is a single-story 8,000 SF building and will be delivered vacant. 772 Humboldt Street is well-suited for either a user looking to move or expand their business, or for an investor looking for a commercially zoned property in one of the fastest growing submarkets in New York City.

The building features include XX to XX-foot ceiling heights, a loading dock, one drive-in, floor drains, gas-powered heat blowers and XXX amps of power.

The property is situated in the Core Industrial Area of the newly proposed North Brooklyn Rezoning. The main goal for the Core Industrial Area is to maintain a hub for essential industrial businesses by increasing the allowable floor area ratio and lowering the amount of required off-street parking.

Attractions

772 Humboldt Street is surrounded by a plethora of commercial buildings comprised of makers, distributors, office conversions, and movie production studios, including Broadway Stages, just a few blocks away. Ideally located between Meserole and Norman Avenues, the building is in one of North Brooklyn’s most popular areas to live, work, and play, as seen by the explosion of development in the last five years. The partially completed Greenpoint Landing will be bringing 8,100 units to the area upon completion, and just over the river, Amazon HQ2 development plans are creating strong demand for both residential and commercial properties in Greenpoint. Nearby active commercial corridors are Manhattan Avenue and Franklin Street, which are both lined with popular cafés, restaurants, boutique shops, galleries and bar/cocktail lounges.

The property is just a short distance from the Greenpoint Avenue G train stop, bringing in an annual ridership of 2,934,770. It is also near the BQE, providing easy access to Manhattan and Queens

Broadway Stages
Greenpoint Landing
Peter Pans Bakery
Cafe Grumpy
WYNC Transmitter Park
Broadway Stages
McCarren Park
McGolrick Park

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