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Gas Station Property Sold for $32M

An 8-story building will replace the recently closed gas station on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights that sold for $32 million. Full Story

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parking nightmare
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parking nightmare

120 units with 42 parking spots

Oy Veh !
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Oy Veh !

Where will I take my van for a proper Pesach cleaning ? That place was great …

run out of gas
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run out of gas

we will soon be running out of gas getting to a gas station in the area!!!

Talk about market values...
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Talk about market values...

“A deed assessed the lot’s value at $309,600 in 2003” and “Adam America bought the property for $32.5 million”

retirement home or board & care facility
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retirement home or board & care facility

I would build a nice big retirement home or a board & care facility it would make tons more $$$ then affordable housing. The health care business is a huge $$$ maker.

hotel?????
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hotel?????

Why doesn’t someone build a hotel in Crown Heights?

wake up
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wake up

To all crown heights people who are renting, please buy buy buy in Brownsville, east Flatbush, east New York.

Eshel Avrohom v Sara
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Eshel Avrohom v Sara

There is a hotel – Eshel (Almost right across from 272 kingston)!

to #8
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to #8

Wasnt Eshel a Hachnosis Orchim? why hotel$$$

2 comment #5
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2 comment #5

Nursing Homes, Board & Cares Retirement Homes all the way, look @ Satmar in Williamsburg & Kiryas Yoel tons of them built facilities like these & became seriously wealthy

parking nightmare
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parking nightmare

120 units with 42 parking spots

David
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David

I thought bluejay bought this…

resident
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resident

more yuppies means us lubavitchers get squeezed even more. my friends, wake up. we need to take action.hard working people are living in crazy conditions. lubavitchers rent to yuppies so even the hard working honest ppl can never compete with these goyim that dont lve a family life.

to comment # 10
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to comment # 10

Yes the Hungarians r very into nursing homes u r right about that. Most nursing homes in New York especially in Brooklyn are owned by Hungarisheh Yidden.

To #6
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To #6

Managing a hotel for frum people is a nightmare.

chaim
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chaim

Hi dovid blue jay bought the next corner
at 341 eastern parkway

To #6
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To #6

Managing a hotel for frum people is a nightmare.

Stop complaining!!
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Stop complaining!!

Gentrification is the only way to keep crime away!
It’s time the neighborhood went back to its roots.Had enough of living in a high crime ghetto

Great Idea !!!
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Great Idea !!!

Yidden will move in the residential part of the building, Empire Kosher should open in the commercial part and a Shule, Mikvah, there too and we’ll have a nice little community right next to CH, close to all the local moisdos. Great idea!

To all CH buy buy buy .... or good bye bye bye
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To all CH buy buy buy .... or good bye bye bye

Very nice idea to invest in housing , but nothing is cheap here …. …. Jews of CH with lots of kids , means expenses can’t compete with rich hipsters roommates living style …. To all wealthy people of CH , buy all property around – keep the places for yourself but do care of all others CH Jews that’s your responsibility …. Otherwise only few families will stay here in the next decade … All young couples gone or live in old rent buildings forever … No one without big money can afford to buy now …. Found some… Read more »

Best use & service to community
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Best use & service to community

Many here in the community have been wanting an assisted living/rehab unit/health facility with pool, etc. This is a venture that may yield more profit than a regular apartment complex or store rentals. Please consider.

Yossel
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Yossel

Yes, higher class neighbors are better than low class scum, but things are sort of getting out of hand. parking in the hood is a nightmare, rents are outrageous, and gas stations are disappearing. Like most things in Brooklyn, planning is poor and current residents get the short end of the stick…

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