This is your opportunity to buy an exceptional investment or end use property with immense, upside potential. Each unit has updated finishes, high ceilings and great amounts of southern exposed light. The two, first floor duplexes have soring high ceilings, new stainless steel appliances and shared access to the backyard. The other, higher units each have unique, spacious layouts ranging from one to three bedrooms and skylights on the top floor. The lot dimensions are 25ft x 100ft while the building dimensions are 25ft x 55ft. The building boasts 3325 SF of useable space, a FAR of approximately 5,000 SF and a total of 1675 SF unused. Additional features: 11ft+ ceilings, easily convertible, delivered occupied and move-in ready. 35 Ten Eyck street is centrally located in a desirable part of Williamsburg, surrounded by a multitude of choices for restaurant, retail, grocery and transportation options.
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East Williamsburg is a mixed industrial neighborhood in Brooklyn, with many working factories that make everything from beer and wontons to clothing and concrete. You are likely to hear screeching, pounding and the deep thump of industrial machinery throughout the day. East Williamsburg has become a haven for artists and musicians of every description, who are attracted to the large open loft spaces of the converted industrial buildings. The area has attracted a younger crowd of 20- and 30-somethings that are drawn by affordable rents and a generally lower cost of living.
There is a rich history of immigrants from Puerto Rico and Italy, and oddly enough, they chose to settle on opposite ends of Graham Avenue, with the Italians on the north and the Puerto Ricans on the south.
Housing in the area consists of mid-rise apartment buildings, row houses, and public housing complexes. There are also smaller multi-family apartment buildings available. Lofts are becoming more prevalent as the older, abandoned factory buildings come up for sale and are converted into residential properties.
East Williamsburgfairly pulses with a creative vibe. There are unique shopping venues, numerous tiny coffee shops, interesting restaurants, and cafes, along with food trucks that frequent the area. The grocery stores are affordable and carry a wide variety of goods that appeal to the eclectic tastes of the neighborhood residents.
There is a vibrant bar scene, where you will find mostly local residents imbibing, so it is easy to make friends among your neighbors if you stop in frequently at your favorite watering hole. There are many interesting shops, bars and restaurants tucked in amongst the warehouses and factories. Many do not invest in elaborate signage, so it can be difficult to find some of the best spots. Keep an eye out for hand-painted signs on the sides of buildings with arrows pointing to nondescript, nearly invisible entrances.