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3902 Fort Hamilton Parkway/1074 39th Street
Listing was updated at: 08/07/2018
Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF Inquire
Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Sale
SQ. FT. Available 8,523
Date Available 07/05/2018
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Description

This location features nearly 17,000 BSF of Commercial development - Up to ±40,800 BSF with a Community Facility The parcel is currently improved by a single-story Brick building tenanted by a 55 year old Long Life Truck and auto Spring Company - Located in close proximity to the subway trains - Close proximity to Sunset Park, - Situated near two thriving corridors, 39TH St @ Ft Hamilton Pkwy, home to a rapidly growing community Boro Park is a neighborhood located in Brooklyn (part of Brooklyn Community Board 12) bordering Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights, Sunset Park and Kensington. The creation of a special rezoning district has led to major construction and renovation work all around the neighborhood, both residentially and commercially, with larger homes and stores popping up to meet the demands of the rapidly expanding community.

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