Gowanus Mixed-Use Property

572, Sackett Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, 11217, United States
$3,900,000

Description

ERG Commercial Real Estate is pleased to present 572 Sackett Street in Brooklyn, NY. Located in the heart of the up and coming neighborhood of Gowanus, situated between the premier neighborhoods of Caroll Gardens and Park Slope. At the center of the newly proposed Gowanus Rezoning, changing the property from M-1 to R6A. Less than a mile away from the Barclays Center and Main Transportation Hub Brooklyn Atlantic Terminal. Based in one of the last under developed sections of a New York City Top Real Estate Market.

Property Documents

Detail

  • Price: $3,900,000
  • Year Built: 1900
  • Property Type: Mixed Use
  • Property Tax Amount: $38,219
  • Block: 00433
  • Lot: 0021
  • Zoning: M-1
  • Residential Units: 2
  • Commercial Units: 2
  • City: Brooklyn
  • State/County: New York
  • Neighborhood: Gowanus
  • Country: United States

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