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185 Atlantic Ave

Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, NY

About 185 Atlantic Ave

Renown for its ethnic restaurants and independent shops, Atlantic Avenue in New York's Boerum Hill neighborhood sees excellent foot traffic. Located between Court and Clinton Streets, the property at 185 Atlantic Avenue offers professionals keen to rent office space a great retail opportunity with 18' frontage.

Situated close to New York's LIRR and an abundance of retailers, 185 Atlantic Avenue is part of one of the most important retail streets in Brooklyn and Queens. Running parallel to Fulton Street and linking the East River waterfront of Brooklyn with Jamaica in Queens, Atlantic Avenue serves the bordering neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights as an important shopping and leisure district.

Retail space at 185 Atlantic Avenue in New York boasts high ceilings and an attractive all-glass storefront with floor-to-ceiling display window and glass-door entrance. This property comes complete with full basement space.

Atlantic Avenue is also served by many bus lines, including the Q24 New York City bus and the B, 62, B62 and B65 bus lines, not just the LIRR train line.

185 Atlantic Avenue in New York is a well-maintained building with a welcoming facade, providing tenants with signage and great exposure.

Companies at 185 Atlantic Ave

Computer Doctor NY Electronics Store Store

Internet Providers for 185 Atlantic Ave

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Cablevision/Optimum Cable
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Verizon New York Fiber
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
50 Mb/s
50 Mb/s

The Market: New York City

Most listings are in the $60's per square foot per year. The New York City region is experiencing a a rise in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate rose $0 per sqft per year. That's a 1% rise in rent.

Median Rate Median Size
$66
/sqft/yr
3,330
sqft

Median Rate over Time in New York City