782 Lincoln Place

None | this home is in contract
Between Rogers Avenue & Nostrand Avenue
WEB ID: 5701841
$2,000,000
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1910

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    About 782 Lincoln Place

    This limestone barrel front 4 story building has 8 residential units, each is a 3 bedroom one bath approximately 1200 SF. 7 units are rent stabilized and one is market rate and currently rented. There are also two commercial basement spaces, one of which is currently leased to an artist as a workshop/studio. Building has great long term upside. Located in prime Crown Heights, one block away fr...

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      782 Lincoln Place

      782 Lincoln Place

      Apartment Building in Crown Heights

      Between Rogers Avenue & Nostrand Avenue

      8 UNITS
      4 STORIES
      1910 BUILT
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      • Principal & Interest$7,184.72
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