Closed 02/04/2014

Prime 4th Avenue Corner Development Site

470 4th Avenue

Park Slope

Closed 02/04/2014 at

BSF 86,052
Zoning R8A/C2-4/R6B/EC-1
Lot Size 120 ft x 105.75 ft
Cross Streets 4th Avenue and 11th St Corner
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Block_Lot 1015_43,45,46,47,48,49,50
Building Class S2,K4,B3,B3,B9,B9,B3
Total Lot SF 12,690
Residential FAR 2.0-6.02
Air Rights 6,006
Assesment (13/14) $201,333
Taxes (13/14) $28,263


TerraCRG has been retained to exclusively represent ownership in the sale of the corner development site located at 470 Fourth Avenue in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. The site allows for up to ~86,052 gross buildable SF.

The 120 ft x 105.75 ft corner site consists of seven tax lots and 6,672 SF of air-rights transferred from an adjacent property. The zoning of R8A/C2-4/EC provides for a 6.50 FAR for a mixed use building, of which 6.02 is Residential BSF and the balance is a mix of commercial and a small amount of Community Facility BSF. A small section of the development site is in R6B zoning.

The site will be delivered vacant and unencumbered. One of the buildings has already been demolished and the remaining building demolitions have already been filed with the DOB.

Residential rents for new construction elevator buildings in Park Slope are fetching over $60/SF and the lack of condo inventory in Park Slope created a surge in condo pricing over the last few months with recent pricing reaching above the $1,000/SF mark.


The property is only one block from the 4th Ave/ 9th St F-G-R Subway Station and just down the block from one of Brooklyn’s most popular retail corridors, 5th Avenue, which is lined with some of the boroughs best restaurants, boutique stores and cafes. Prospect Park is a short distance and the immediate area also features new developments of scale including the Barclays Center and Whole Foods Supermarket, just a few blocks away on Third Street and Third Avenue.

Barclays Center
Prospect Park
Brooklyn Botanical Garden
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
Whole Foods

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