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Retail Trades in Gowanus Rezoning Area

TerraCRG has closed on the $3,150,000 million sale to an undisclosed buyer of an approximately 3,600-square-foot property at 305 Nevins St. in the Gowanus rezoning area. Dan Marks and Daniel Lebor, partners at TerraCRG, were the sole brokers in the off-market transaction. 

“Our firm’s working knowledge of this neighborhood – and the property itself – is truly comprehensive,” said Marks. “We leased the building to Ample Hills Creamery seven years ago, subsequently sold several buildings in the neighborhood including the South Brooklyn Casket Company portfolio on this block, and now with this deal, helped the buyer complete an assemblage in a prime Opportunity Zone, which will pave the way for the continued transformation of Gowanus into a major office, retail, and residential hub.” 

Ample Hills will remain at the location per the terms of its lease. 


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