Bushwick Mixed-Use Building To Be Redeveloped as Residential

April 26, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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BUSHWICK — CPEX reports the sale of a three-story mixed-use walk-up building in Bushwick. 


A local investor has acquired the property, at 1100 Dekalb Ave., for $465,000, according to Tim King, principal at CPEX, who made the announcement. 

The original asking price was $525,000.

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Scott Burk, Esq., and Andre Sigourney, both directors on the CPEX Mixed-Use Team, handled the transaction, representing the property owner. 


The property contains two commercial spaces and a residential unit. However, the new owner plans to redevelop the property into seven residential units.


“The building is located steps away from Broadway, a retail corridor that is beginning to feel the influence of the massive changes happening in Williamsburg and western portions of Bushwick,” said Burk. “The R6/C2-3 zoning designation allows the owner to convert the building into a multi-family property and the new owner plans to take advantage of this option. 


“Because the three current units have high ceilings, the new owner hopes to create a loft feel in the converted units.”

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