Two Story Commercial Building in Greenpoint

270 Freeman Street


Opportunity Zone Yes
Total Building Size 18,974 SF
Available Air Rights 5,007 SF
Cross Streets Provost St + Mcguinness Blvd
Buildable SF 22,738 SF
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Commercial 270 Freeman Street, Greenpoint
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TerraCRG has been retained to exclusively represent ownership in the sale of the commercial building at 270 Freeman Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

The 18,974 SF, two-story property is zoned M3-1 and is located within an opportunity zone. The property allows for 22,738 gross buildable SF with 5,007 SF in available air rights. The building is best suited for a creative user or an investor searching for a commercially zone property in one of Brooklyn’s thriving neighborhoods.


70 Freeman Street is located within a commercial district that is home to manufacturers, distributors, office conversions, and production studios. One of the biggest names in the area includes Broadway Stages, next door. Just several blocks away is the partially completed Greenpoint Landing which will bring ~8,100 units to the area upon completion, as well as the ACME Smoked Fish production facility which is currently undergoing a multi-million-dollar expansion.

The most active commercial corridors in proximity to the property are McGuiness Boulevard, Manhattan Avenue and Franklin Street, which are lined with popular cafés, restaurants, boutique shops, galleries and bar/ cocktail lounges.

270 Freeman 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 Pulaski Bridge to Long Island City and BQE, providing easy access to Manhattan and Queens.

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

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