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Massey Knakal Realty Services has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell a single-family home with adjacent garden at 313-317 Vanderbilt Avenue. The properties are located between Dekalb and Lafayette Avenues in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood.  The asking price is $6,000,000.

The two-story building contains approximately 5,475 square feet and sits on a 37.5’ x 73’ lot.  Built in 1920 as the original home to the Candy and Confections Workers Union, it is currently occupied as an artist’s studio and residence.  The interiors feature a mix of industrial and modern styling with double height ceilings on both levels, concrete floors, two large, open living spaces and two master suites.  The property includes a private elevator and dedicated parking spots for two cars.  Adjacent to the building is a development site that is currently used as a beautifully landscaped garden with seating.  It contains approximately 1,891 square feet on a 22.25’ x 85’ lot.  In total, the property holds approximately 5,032 square feet of unused air rights.

The offering presents the opportunity for an owner-user to occupy the existing space or for an investor to add value through developing the unused air rights.  The property is ideally located just a few blocks from scenic Fort Greene Park.  It is also in close proximity to the G and C subway lines, offering convenient transportation through Brooklyn and Manhattan.
This property is being marketed exclusively by Massey Knakal’s Stephen P. Palmese, Aaron Warkov and Joana Filgueiras.

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Neighborhoods: Clinton Hill/ Agents: Stephen Palmese