As Here’s Park Slope noted a couple weeks ago, the development on the corner of St. Johns and 5th Avenue that will have four floor-through units and a ground-floor retail space is starting to reveal itself. The only listing that’s popped up so far is for the 1,600-square-foot duplex commercial space: Yours for $12,000, according to StreetEasy.
137 Fifth’s Scaffolding Coming Down [Here’s Park Slope]
137 5th Gets Windows, Signage [Brownstoner]
137 5th Avenue Tops Off [Brownstoner] GMAP
137 5th Avenue Finally Gets in Gear [Brownstoner]
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