Massey Knakal is marketing a huge site in Bushwick’s loft area as a “redevelopment opportunity.” An email we received about it urged us to “join the transformation in Morgantown of East Williamsburg/Bushwick.”
While there is no set list price, the sellers are expecting 215 Moore Street will bring in about $29,500,000, said Massey Knakal Senior Associate Michael Mazzara.
The 2.3-acre site contains five industrial buildings totaling nearly 47,000 square feet, including 1,000 square feet of frontage on Moore, Seigel and White streets. It’s zoned for manufacturing and nearly 170,000 square feet of commercial space is allowed, according to the listing. Interestingly, nine of the lots have no certificate of occupancy, one has a C of O for a store and four residential units, and six others are pegged as storage, parking, steel manufacturing and even a stable and blacksmith shop. (Maybe Bushwick could use one of those!)
The email also listed 20 notable “creative types of businesses” in the area and showed them on a map, including Roberta’s, the Bogart Mall, the under-construction hotel at 19 Bogart Street, Boar’s Head (the deli meat makers), and the McKibbin Street Lofts. Click through to the jump for a map and full list.
215 Moore Street Listing [Massey Knakal]