483 Driggs Avenue
North 9th/North 10th Williamsburg
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,000
Brick Art House for Sale! Imagine an opportunity to buy the Masterpiece and the Blank Canvas Simultaneously. Offering this 2 story mixed-use Red Brick Original Gem, positioned in Williamsburg Most Prime Northside on Driggs and North 9th. An Amazing opportunity for owner occupancy with super high commercial rent income potential or Prime Northside development just steps from the Bedford L, McCarran Park and Williamsburg's Waterfront. House sits 25 x 50 on 25 x 100 lot with M1/R6A zoning. Commercial is complete with huge 25 x 50 open outdoor space plus sidewalk egress for parking. Currently the commercial space is home to Renowned Art Gallery, Black & White. The space is a perfect channel for creative display and thought, with 11ft ceilings, historic original pine floors, and wide open, white space extending back seamlessly through the outdoor space, the room with no ceiling. Non load-bearing divisions have been created off to the sides for hidden kitchen and storage space. Off to the side, a door leads to metal steps and slate landing, up into the residence above. 9'6 ft ceilings, intricate parquet wood floors extend through large, sun-kissed living area, 2 large bedrooms and 2 full baths,1 located in master , and updated stainless-steel kitchen, then floor turns to brick as it extends to large back balcony. Every inch of this home and building has been gifted with an Artist's Touch and left with the savvy investor's potential for so much more. Incredible Opportunity!
Additional features of this building include: Development to 7500 sq ft Possible, High Commercial Income Potential, Steps To McCarran Park & Waterfront, Most Prime Location Available, and Steps To Bedford L & 5 Min 2 Union Sq.
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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. Williamsburg’s garages and warehouses have been converted into amazing industrial lofts, which rub shoulders with new high-rise condos.