1920 Former Firehouse - Now a Live/Work Loft in Williamsburg
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1920 Former Firehouse - Now a Live/Work Loft in Williamsburg

Investment Sale for Sale
APPROXIMATE Size: 3,322 sq ft
PURCHASE PRICE: $4,600,000
Neighborhood: Williamsburg
Gerry ThiesInquire with Gerry Thies
(917) 847-9941
Property Details
  • Approximate Size: 3,322 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: July 22nd, 2021

  • Investment Sale for Sale
    APPROXIMATE Size: 3,322 sq ft
    PURCHASE PRICE: $4,600,000
    Neighborhood: Williamsburg
    ABOUT THE PROPERTY

    1920 Former Firehouse wtih skyline and bridge/river views. This live/work loft is located on the Williamsburg waterfront features massive open spaces and high ceilings, huge windows, multiple skylights, original paneled woodwork and floors, exposed brick, wood ceiling joists, a curb cut and open garage entrance along with a roof terrace. The facade has been completely restored with original terra-cotta panels. This special building is located in a Designated Opportunity Zone coupled with C4-3 Zoning.

    PROPERTY DETAILS

    Purchase Price: $4,600,000 ($1384.71 psf)

  • Approximate Size: 3,322 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: July 22nd, 2021

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    ABOUT Williamsburg

    Williamsburg is nestled between Greenpoint and Bedford-Stuyvesant, along the East River and extending east beyond the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway towards Bushwick. Since its gentrification, Williamsburg has blossomed as one of the city's most influential hubs for fashion, indie rock culture, and the local art community. Most blocks feature a diverse array of restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, and other retail outlets. McCarren Park is North Williamsburg's crown jewel, boasting summer activities such as the weekend farmer's market, a community dog run, and a brand new public swimming pool. Various cultural activities take place along the waterfront as well, including the much celebrated Williamsburg flea market. During nice weather, many residents stroll over the Williamsburg Bridge to enjoy the Lower East Side and East Village of Manhattan. Williamsburg is also easily accessible by train (L, G, J, M, and Z) and the East River Ferry. Various car services and yellow cabs are increasingly present on Bedford and Metropolitan avenues, making travel to Manhattan even easier.