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131 Kingsland Ave

Price $1,875,000 | Tax $399 | 2500 SQFT

Centrally located on the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint, 131 Kingsland could be the site of your next new development. Whether your goal is to build a condo or new rental building, new developments nearby capture a high price per square foot. From 131 Kingsland residents will have access to an array of shops, restaurants, parks, and the Graham L Train (a quick commute to Manhattan). 

  • Building Class -> 3 Family w/store (S3)

  • Lot Dimensions -> 25 X 100

  • Building Dimensions -> 25 X 100

  • Building Gross Area -> 2,500

  • Zoning District -> 2,500

  • Residential FAR -> 2

  • Facility FAR -> 2

  • FAR as Built -> 1

  • Unused FAR -> 2,500

  • Allowed Useable SqFt -> 5,000

 

 

What Nearby Properties Have Leased/Sold For

LEASED

127 Kingsland #4       2B/1b  |  800 SF  |  $3,600

117 Kingsland #2C           1B/1b  |  - SF  |  $2,995

95 Kingsland #3R       1B/1b  |  600 SF  |  $3,100

95 Kingsland #1B     3B/2b  |  1200 SF  |  $4,300

79 Kingsland #PH       2B/1b  |  900 SF  |  $3,245

SOLD

117 Kingsland #4C           2B/2b  |  922 SF  |  $1,030 p/SF

238 Richardson St #3A     1B/1b  |  628 SF  |  $1,159 p/SF

444 Humboldt St #2        2B/2b  |  926 SF  |  $1,025 p/SF

219 Withers St #2A          2B/2b  |  999 SF  |  $1,000 p/SF

226 Richardson St #5A   3B/2b  |  1878 SF  |  $1,158 p/SF

 

 

Businesses Close to 131 Kingsland Ave

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L Graham Ave 9 min, 0.47 mi

G Nassau Ave 11 min, 0.58 mi

L Grand St 12 min, 0.65 mi

 

 

Williamsburg

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A former artists’ enclave, Williamsburg is an ultra-trendy neighborhood in Brooklyn that draws the young and the fashionable from around the world. Known for being the birthplace of NYC’s hipster movement and its close proximity to Manhattan, Williamsburg has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn. The old factories from its industrial past have been converted into gorgeous lofts; luxury high-rises with stunning Manhattan views line the waterfront; and boutique condos are mixed among townhouses and old tenement buildings. While the neighborhood continues to evolve with the arrival of Whole Foods, an Apple Store, WeWork, lavish hotels and more, it still maintains a hip and edgy vibe. Hot spots include: Brooklyn Bowl, Diner, Radegast, Lilia, Smorgasburg, Baby’s All Right, Four Horseman, and Brooklyn Steel.

 

 

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