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1405 Hancock Street
1405 Hancock Street
Occupancy: Spring 2018
Subway Lines
Subway number L Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number L Halsey St - Wycoff Ave
Subway number M Palmetto St - Wycoff Ave
Details
Condo
New Development
Built in 1910
4 floors
6 units
4 floors
Amenities
Central laundry room
Converted Bushwick Limestone Condo

Located on a welcoming tree-lined street in Bushwick, 1405 Hancock Street is a newly converted six unit boutique condominium in a gorgeous limestone townhouse. Value is king for these smartly finished and thoughtfully laid out homes. This is indeed the opportunity buyers have been waiting for. All homes include new oak flooring, plenty of recessed lighting, double pane Pella windows, and more! These apartments have been finished with stylish kitchens featuring lacquer cabinetry, full-sized LG stainless appliances, and beautiful quartz countertops. Bathrooms are complete with deep soaking tubs and plenty of storage! Individually controlled split-unit A/C and heating make for comfortable and efficient living all-year-round. All of this, combined with low monthly common charges make chic home ownership within reach at 1405 Hancock Street, where you’re only 3 blocks to the Halsey L train and a stone’s throw from local amenities, including Trans Pecos, Nowadays, Routine Bushwick, the Wyckoff Food Bazaar Supermarket, and more! The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor. File # CD-17-0094.

Agents
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (718) 923-8084
P: (718) 938-9688
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 765-3711
P: (862) 823-2674
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 923-8078
P: (310) 748-8668

Bushwick
Living in Bushwick
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.
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1405 Hancock Street
1405 Hancock Street
Occupancy: Spring 2018
Converted Bushwick Limestone Condo
Located on a welcoming tree-lined street in Bushwick, 1405 Hancock Street is a newly converted six unit boutique condominium in a gorgeous limestone townhouse. Value is king for these smartly finished and thoughtfully laid out homes. This is indeed the opportunity buyers have been waiting for. All homes include new oak flooring, plenty of recessed lighting, double pane Pella windows, and more! These apartments have been finished with stylish kitchens featuring lacquer cabinetry, full-sized LG stainless appliances, and beautiful quartz countertops. Bathrooms are complete with deep soaking tubs and plenty of storage! Individually controlled split-unit A/C and heating make for comfortable and efficient living all-year-round. All of this, combined with low monthly common charges make chic home ownership within reach at 1405 Hancock Street, where you’re only 3 blocks to the Halsey L train and a stone’s throw from local amenities, including Trans Pecos, Nowadays, Routine Bushwick, the Wyckoff Food Bazaar Supermarket, and more! The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor. File # CD-17-0094.
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (718) 923-8084
P: (718) 938-9688
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 765-3711
P: (862) 823-2674
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 923-8078
P: (310) 748-8668
Condo
New Development
Built in 1910
4 floors
6 units
4 floors
Central laundry room
Bushwick
Living in Bushwick
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.
Subway Lines
Subway number L Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number L Halsey St - Wycoff Ave
Subway number M Palmetto St - Wycoff Ave