238-240 North 12th Street
Driggs Avenue/Roebling Street Williamsburg
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.7,000
If Williamsburg Were Monopoly, This is Park Place for Sale! On the Quiet and Quaint corner where North 12th St. meets McCarren Park rests this Massive Sanctuary of the most Prime Williamsburg Real Estate, front row to the Picturesque trees season changing leaves. Built in 1920 of nothing less than pure brick, steel, & concrete, this 7000SF Brick Beauty has sat patiently waiting and watching Williamsburg grow and thrive around it .In 2010, a complete gut renovation was done with new electrical service, plumbing, & roof while adding 2 of the most exquisite lofts in Williamsburg. This stately address is easily converted to a HUGE Single Family Home with egregious commercial rental income potential. Mixed use at its optimum with 64SF of prime commercial & retail store frontage occupying its ground level with public park gather/seating and a year’s round (every Saturday) Farmer’s market directly outside. The 2 Lux Loft residences above boasts new renovations with classic design including: original hardwood floors, 13-25' ceilings, oversized windows that overlooks beautiful tree-lined McCarren Park. The perfect harmony of Real Estate elements has come to crescendo here, at every degree and scope. From the Empire City, to the Explosive Neighborhood, to Prime Parkside, sits the Perfect Home, and your perfect one of a kind opportunity for most special live/work/investment. Seize the opportunity to own a Piazza on the Park!
Additional features of this building include: 64 SF of PRIME Commerical Frontage, Original Hardwood Florrs, Private Roof Decks Overlooking Park/NYC Skyline, Washer/Dryer in Each Unit, 13'-25' Ceilings, Custom Wrought Iron Staircases, Oversized Windows W Amazing Park Views, Bedford Ave L Steps Away Shopping, Restaurants, Caesar Stone Countertops, and Custom Marble Baths.
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Runs from Flushing Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue and Bushwick Avenue, east from the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Williamsburg has undergone one of the most exciting real estate transformations of any area in New York City. The warehouses and garages of the past have undergone spectacular renovations into modern industrial lofts, which rub shoulders with new high-rise condos.