Updated 19 hours ago
Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn | Franklin Ave & Bedford Ave
3,750 Square FeetDevelopment Site

Lot Size25'x100'
Building TypeLow-Rise
RE Taxes$19,326
Price Per SF

Building Amenities

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Property Description

Prime development opportunity-173 Lexington Avenue is a two floor warehouse industrial building, with R6B Zoning, sitting on 2,500 SF lot with frontage on the popular Lexington Avenue between Franklin/Bedford in prime Bed-Stuy. 173. Lexington Avenue is located within easy reach of Bedford-Nostrand and Classon Avenue Subway station Architecture plans completed by a New York State registered architect for a four story building consisting of 7 apartments with approx. 4,947 buildable SF. Located along Lexington Avenue between Franklin/Bedford Avenue this industrial property is surrounded by popular eateries, cafes, and bars including Clementine Bakery, Greenbergs Bagels and Dynaco. Detailed Architectural plans are available on request. Plans have not been submitted to the DOB for approval. Renderings are for illustration. only.

Listing History

Back on the Market by Peter Kirwan
Expired by Peter Kirwan

Building Details

OwnershipDevelopment Site
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVoice Intercom
Year Built1930
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Bedford Stuyvesant | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Known for its historic brownstones and tight-knit enclave, Bed-Stuy has increasingly left behind its early reputation for being a “bedroom community” and transcended into a highly desirable neighborhood. 

Distinct for its aesthetic, it is populated with ornate buildings characterized by cornices, friezes, finials, fluting and other marks of classic architecture. Built up during the period from 1870 to 1900, its historic district runs to the north of Jefferson Avenue, to the east of Malcolm X Boulevard and to the west of Tompkins Avenue. 

At one point known as “Brooklyn’s Little Harlem,” the shape of the area has shifted toward attracting a wider demographic of people thanks to the influx of bars, restaurants, antique furniture stores and vintage boutiques. More police enforcement paired with the decline of the crack epidemic at the beginning of the 2000s also opened the door for increased development, as well as the occupation of formerly abandoned buildings and spaces. 

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OLR ID: 88132TH