Companies looking to buy rather than to rent office space within a commercial property will like what 2467 Coney Island Avenue in New York's Gravesend community has to offer, but this building may also interest investors looking for rental income from an established business.
Constructed in 1955, the lumber center showrooms at 2467 Coney Island Avenue in New York could eventually be transformed to suit any number of businesses. This property occupies a prime spot in the Gravesend area of Brooklyn.
2467 Coney Island Avenue is close to various New York City's bus lines and other forms of public transit. It takes just 3 minutes to walk to the Coney Island Avenue/Avenue V stop. Offering a total size of 4,632 square feet of land, the property boasts a cinder block measuring 2,640 square feet and is zoned for C8-1.
The property is within a short walk of 5 banks, 20 restaurants, 1 gas station and 14 groceries; local tenants include Ocean Bay Market Inc, TD Bank, Chase, Sushi Bistro, Coney Island Taste and Chateau De Alik.
2467 Coney Island Avenue in New York features a brown facade with roll-up metal shutters for the storefront and single-door entrance.
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