- 12-Unit Mixed-Use Building in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, NY
- Comprised of (1) Commercial Space and (11) Residential Units
- The Units are a Mix of (5) Studio Apartments, (6) 1-Bed, 1-Bath Apartments, & (1) Commercial Space
- All Residential Units are Free Market
- Potential for Strong Rental Growth
- Building was Entirely Rebuilt in 2008
- Utilities are Separately Metered – Landlord Only Pays Common Area Electric
- On-Site Laundry Facility
- Prime Location Within Prospect Lefferts Gardens
- Walking Distance to Prospect Park, the 2 & 5 Subway Stations, and the B49 Bus Line Stops Directly in Front of the Property
- Close to Major Hospitals and Medical Centers
- C of O states 10 Residential Units and 2 Retail Stores
- Favorable Seller-Financing Available
American Investment Properties is retained to sell the building located at 593 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn, NY. At this location is a 12-unit mixeduse building comprised of (1) commercial space and (11) residential units. All residential units are free market that provide potential for a strong rental growth.
The building was completely rebuilt in 2008 and there is an on-site laundry facility.
About Prospect Lefferts Gardens, NY
Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a residential neighborhood in the Flatbush area of the New York City borough of Brooklyn. The community is bounded by Empire Boulevard (formerly Malbone Street) to the North, Clarkson Avenue to the South, New York Avenue to the East, and Ocean Avenue/Prospect Park to the West.
Prospect Lefferts Gardens was designated a New York City Landmark area in 1979 and called the Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District.
The neighborhood contains an ethnically diverse community with a largely Caribbean-American and African-American population. Since 2000s, Prospect Lefferts Gardens has been gentrifying quickly. Real estate development has increased and new residents from other groups have increased. Prospect Lefferts Gardens is part of Brooklyn Community District 9, and its primary ZIP Code is 11225. It is patrolled by the 71st Precinct of the New York City Police Department. Politically it is represented by the New York City Council’s 40th District.