465 59th St - Sunset Park, New York
Built 1895 and designed by prolific local architect Henry Spicer, the Neo-Renaissance 465 59th Street presents the perfect opportunity to live and/or invest in Brooklyn's Sunset Park. Behind its distinctive 20-foot wide brick façade and rusticated stone base, find 2,700 SF (approx.) of living space with an additional 1,300 SF of FAR for expansion into its 100-foot lot. Currently organized as a legal three-family and delivered vacant, 465 59th Street offers ample opportunities to configure its space. Located between 4th and 5th Avenues, 465 59th street is convenient to Sunset Park's services and amenities. Just one block from the N and R Trains, you are two stops from Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center and just three stops from Manhattan. In addition to its eponymous park and charming architecture, the neighborhood features Bush Terminal Piers Park overlooking lower Manhattan and New York Harbor; Industry City, now home to Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea; and has been named by the press as one of America's Coolest Neighborhoods and The Next Hot Neighborhood.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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