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Brokerage firm TerraCRG has put an industrial property at 238 Conover St. in Red Hook, Brooklyn under contract

TerraCRG Puts Red Hook Industrial Under Contract 

TerraCRG has put 238 Conover St., a commercial/industrial property in Red Hook, Brooklyn, into contract. Partners Dan Marks and Daniel Lebor are marketing the property alongside senior associate Jackson O’Neill. 

“After conducting a custom, thorough and controlled marketing process, we are proud to announce that 238 Conover St. is now in contract,” said Marks. “The Brooklyn industrial market continues to be fueled by lack of supply and ongoing, strong investor demand. We will share further details of the deal once the transaction closes.” 

The 17,900-square-foot two-story property sits on a 12,800-square-foot lot located at the corner of Conover and Van Dyke Streets with 12,800 square feet of grade-level space and 5,100 square feet on the second floor. Positioned in the southwest corner of Red Hook, the property has available air rights allowing the development of up to 7,700 square feet. 


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