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January 14, 2020 Comments (0) Views: 278 New York News, Outer Boroughs New York

CushWake Markets 4 Properties in Bushwick, Greenpoint

Cushman & Wakefield has been retained to arrange for the sale of four properties in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint and Bushwick neighborhoods. A team led by Stephen Preuss with Kevin Schmitz, Eric Roth, Robert Shapiro and Ian Brooks will represent the sellers in all marketing efforts.

The four properties for sale are:
• 39 Suydam St., a 37-unit apartment building in Bushwick that’s listed for $17.5 million
• 1275 Broadway, an existing one-story retail building in Bushwick with approved plans for a 14-story mixed-use hotel and residential development, with an asking price of $12.2 million
• 70 Eckford St., a single-story retail building in Greenpoint, listed for $4.95 million
• 243 Kingsland Ave., a six-unit residential building in Greenpoint, listed for $1.6 million

“Greenpoint and Bushwick have emerged as highly sought-after neighborhoods in Brooklyn,” said Preuss. “All of these properties offer excellent opportunities for investors looking to capitalize on the growth of these areas.”

Pictured: Greenpoint waterfront.

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