Up to 1,830 SF | 485 E 28th St | Community Facility for Lease

485 E 28th St Brooklyn, NY 11226

485 E 28th St, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
485 E 28th St, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
Property Type:
Other Hospitality
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Last Verified:
Sep 12, 2022


Ground floor 580 SF
Lower Level 1,250 SF
Brand new building

Located in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn between Newkirk Ave & Foster Ave near the Newkirk Ave train station.

Nearest Transit: 2 & 5 trains at Newkirk Ave and the B8 bus line.

Nearby tenants include Subway, Dunkin', Al Medina Pharmacy, Texas Chicken & Burgers, Target, Aldi, The UPS Store, Key Food Supermarkets, Papa Johns Pizza, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile, Golden Krust, and more!

Building Size: 2055sq ft
Lot Size: 0.09 acres



Units for Lease

Ground Floor
Space Available: 580 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Lower Level
Space Available: 1250 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

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