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Park Slope possibilities

Lee & Associates’s Peter Levitan, Garry Steinberg and Michael Sinsigalli are marketing 857 Union Street in Park Slope, a property two blocks from Prospect Park’s Grand Army Plaza.

The first space is 1,050 s/f at grade level with a 1,000 s/f basement; The second is approximately 1,050 s/f on the ground floor with an 800 s/f basement. The landlord will provide new storefronts.

PETER LEVITAN
PETER LEVITAN

“At the corner of two of the busiest blocks in Park Slope, these stores will make a perfect Brooklyn flagship,” said Levitan.

“They are on Park Slope’s most trafficked corridor and within blocks of three neighborhood subway stops, with a combined annual ridership of over seven and a half million.”

DB& L 859 Realty LLC owns the building. Occupancy is scheduled for the first quarter of 2015

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