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According to the Commercial Observer, Brookfield Financial Real Estate Group is accepting bids for the 27-21 44th Drive development site near Court Square. The asking price: $23,500,000. According to the Observer, “The site is comprised of three adjoining lots zoned (R9/M1-5/LIC) for residential use, located mid-block between 44th Drive and Purves Street, with roughly 114,400 square feet of zoning floor area.” The bids for purchase are due by November 14th.
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Brookfield Financial plans to put the site at 27-21 44th Drive on the market this week for $23,500,000, reports The Real Deal. The parcel is made up of three adjoining lots zoned R9/M1-5 for as-of-right residential use, and offers approximately 114,400 buildable square feet. The current owners assembled this site for just under $10,000,000, with two different purchases between 2011 and 2013.