This building was constructed in the year 1931 and is set within the Sheepshead Bay area of Brooklyn, New York at 1633 East 16th Street. Two stories of rentable office space and commercial space are available to tenants, and there are approximately 31,000 total square feet.
The exposure at this property is fantastic, as the building boasts a total of approximately 220 feet of street frontage. Large-scale facade signage and expansive awning signage allow tenants to catch the eyes of the many passersby that come through the area each day.
Both floors of 1633 East 16th Street are ideal for retail space. There are several entry points into the building, though not all have to be used, depending on how tenants combine or divide the units. Metal gates cover doors that are not in use.
Convenient for businesses that send and receive shipments regularly, there are loading docks in the rear of the property. Getting to the structure could not be easier with the setting right off King's Highway. Commuters that use public transportation are near the B and Q subway lines.
The facade of 1633 East 16th Street has a cohesive look, with gray paint and blue trim covering the concrete and brick. Along the roof, there are several built-up arched panels for decoration.
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