258 Johnson Ave, Apt 1



Studio, 2 BA

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Spacious 2300 sqft first floor Commercial Loft alreadyset up to be your perfect art/photography studio, pop up shop, office or retail space! 11ft high exposed beam ceilings, adjustable walls, kitchenette and two half bathrooms. Unit features shared backyard with upstairs unit. Building security surveillancein place by owner. Flexible short and long term leases will be considered. Heat and hot water included.Located in hip Bushwick on high vehicular trafficked street just 2 blocks to the L train at Montrose Ave. Johnson Ave features several galleries Including CLEARANCE, famous ramen eatery, Ichiran Brooklyn as well as upcoming Netflix Studios.Contact me for more information or to schedule a viewing.

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 258 Johnson Ave


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