This Brooklynian post caught our eye with a rumor that the large lot on the corner of Bedford and Eastern Parkway has sold. But the Massey Knakal brokers in charge of marketing the site reported that they just recently listed the property and it is still available. According to the listing, the lot, occupied by a gas station, is 19,200 square feet and allows for 38,400 square feet of buildable space. It’s currently zoned C8-2, which accommodates modest commercial buildings, but Massey Knakal is marketing it as a development/conversion site. The deadline for the first round of development bids is May 30.
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