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TerraCRG has been hired to sell 341 Smith St., a mixed-use property in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn

TerraCRG Tapped to Market Carroll Gardens Mixed-Use

TerraCRG has been retained to sell 341 Smith St., a mixed-use building in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood. Partner Matthew Cosentino is marketing the property alongside senior associate Rémi Norris.  

The renovated three-story, 3,221-square-foot property contains two apartments and one commercial space and features a fully renovated basement. The building’s residential units will be delivered vacant. Both apartments have access to private terraces.  

The building’s commercial space is currently occupied by the office of New York State Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon.  

“Carroll Gardens is bursting with lots of independently run cafes, trendy restaurants, and chic boutiques making it the perfect destination for neighbors and visitors alike,” said Norris.  

The property sits across the street from Carroll Park and Carroll Gardens Greenmarket, and is near Lucali Pizza, Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain, Brooklyn Habit, Frankies 457 Spuntino, East One Coffee Roasters and Gowanus Yacht Club. 


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