Closed 07/18/2014

~9,000 SF Multifamily Building Delivered Mostly Vacant

922 Prospect Place

Crown Heights

Closed 07/18/2014 at

Residential Units 8
Gross SF 11,250
Stories 4
Cross Streets New York Ave & Brooklyn Ave
Other Transportation
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Block_Lot 1235_24
Lot Size 25 ft x 122 ft
Lot SF 3,050
Zoning R6
FAR 2.2
Building Size 25 ft x 95 ft
Building Class C1


TerraCRG has been retained to sell the multifamily building located at 922 Prospect Place. The ~9,000 SF property is situated between New York Avenue and Brooklyn Avenue in Crown Heights.

The 4-story property consists of 8 two-bedroom apartments, out of which 7 may be delivered vacant. There is also a full ~2,000 SF basement that may be used for storage or future duplex conversion.

There is significant upside with rents in the area ranging between $30/SF to $40/SF, or $2,500/month to $3,000/month

Crown Heights has seen tremendous transformation over the last decade with many condo developments, strong retail, and a robust brownstone sales market. In just a few years, rents have risen from $20/SF to $40/SF, and are poised to reach $45/SF and above within the next two years. As a result, Nostrand Avenue, just a block away, is now seeing a strong retail market with the addition of new restaurants and boutiques servicing the new demographic.

The building is only a short distance from the Nostrand Avenue 3 Subway Station, and the LIRR at Nostrand Avenue and Atlantic Avenue. The property is also accessible through the B65 bus line that runs East on Dean Street, and West on Bergen Street.


Crown Heights is a neighborhood in the central portion of Brooklyn. The neighborhood is home to 1000 Dean, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the Jewish Children’s museum and the Weeksville Heritage Center. With close proximity to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and numerous subway lines, it’s no surprise that Brooklyn’s Crown Heights is experiencing something of a renaissance.

Brooklyn Children's Museum
1000 Dean Street
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Brooklyn Botanical Garden
Brooklyn Museum
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