Here’s an interesting opportunity, as the listing puts it: A mixed-use brick building way down at the end of Broadway in South Williamsburg, close to Diner and the Gretsch. We presume the space needs work, since there are no interior photos. But we imagine it’s habitable, since we’ve seen people going in and out of the building. No word on whether it will be delivered empty. The floor plan shows two spacious bedrooms above an open living space in the top-floor duplex. Priced at $1,995,000, do you think it’s more likely to attract a wealthy artist type than an investor?
37 Broadway [Bellmarc] GMAP P*Shark
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