A Prospect Heights warehouse at 363-371 Prospect Place, between Underhill and Washington avenues, sold to a Manhattan-based developer for $4.2 million. The warehouse has frontage on both Prospect Place and St. Marks Avenue. According to Property Shark, the lot is 16,000 square feet and the building 30,000 square feet. In December 2011, DOB disapproved plans for a residential conversion and two-story addition to the existing building, with 44 proposed units. The building has been under contract since June 2011 so those plans may still be in the cards. Click through to see a map of the building footprint. GMAP
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