1715 East 13th Street, 4th Floor


New York, NY 11229

  • 18,500 sqft
  • inquire for pricing

Listing Details

  • Property TypeOffice
  • Lease TypeDIRECT

Kingswood Center II - 1715 E 13th Street - is a magnificent, brand new mixed-use retail and office building located in the Midwood neighborhood of Brooklyn, steps from Kings Highway. The property is anchored by retailers Target on the 1st & 2nd floor and Marshalls in the lower level. An immaculate ground floor attended office lobby with two exclusive elevators services the 3 levels of office space on the third, fourth and fifth floors. Current availability includes 7,800 SF on the 3rd floor with a 100 foot long outdoor terrace, and 18,500 SF on both the 4th and 5th floor. The bustling Kings Highway retail and commercial corridor is located in the heart of the Midwood area of Brooklyn. Halfway between Prospect Park and Coney Island, Midwood is a safe, well established, and upscale residential neighborhood densely populated by flourishing Jewish, Russian, and South Asian communities. Kings Highway has long served as the area's retail hub offering convenient access to everyday shopping needs, medical and professional services, multiple private schools and colleges, and places of worship. Strategically located in the heart of Kings Highway's retail corridor, serviced by numerous MTA bus lines, and only two short blocks from the local/express B/Q subway stop, the Site also boasts excellent access to mass transit infrastructure. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Large Spacious Floor Plans Abundant Light & Air 14 Foot Ceilings Underground Parking Available Two blocks from the B/Q subway & multiple bus lines Beautiful lobby and outdoor terraces

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    3rd Floor7,800 sqftInquire for pricing
    3rd Floor9,503 sqftInquire for pricing
    4th Floor10,407 sqftInquire for pricing
    5th Floor18,500 sqftInquire for pricing
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    5th Floor21,737 sqftInquire for pricing
    Space45,000 sqftInquire for pricing




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    DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city for both businesses in search of commercial real estate and residents looking for property. Local warehouses and factories have been converted into luxury condos, art galleries, restaurants, and spacious, well-lit offices.

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    Downtown Brooklyn is the city’s third-largest business district and is part of the Tech Triangle there. Its office landscape is driven by three main factors: proximity to DUMBO, plentiful public transit options, and the Borough Hall. Between Borough Hall Station, Jay Street Metrotech, and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, commuters have more than a dozen MTA subway trains to choose from, as well as transit options on the LIRR. This area houses more than 14.1 million square feet of commercial real estate, most of which are Class B properties. Expect to find flexible office spaces, open areas, and private options available here.


    Williamsburg, located in the North of BK, is one of the most in-demand, luxury-driven markets in the borough. Williamsburg is home to startups and creative agencies that prefer the loft-style brick and beam structures. Attracting creative minds and recent college graduates, Williamsburg is also a local hub for agriculture technology and biofabrication startups. The neighborhood contains at least a million square feet of space, with hundreds of thousands of square feet more of property under construction.

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    Despite its distance from Manhattan and any major transit hub, Sunset Park’s waterfront views and classic industrial architecture make it one of the fastest growing submarkets in Brooklyn. Its popularity is in part due to Industry City, a 35-acre space along the waterfront. Industry City used to be mostly vacant factories but now includes mixed-use work, innovation, and retail space ranging from 5,000 to 500,000 square feet with more than a dozen ISP options for high-speed internet. The average SP rent is among the lowest of New York City’s top submarkets, making the search here well worth it.


    Bordering Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope, three of the most popular residential neighborhoods, Gowanus is no longer just an industrial corridor. Many warehouses in Brooklyn and former factories under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and along the Gowanus Canal are being transformed into mixed-use retail and office spaces.
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    Red Hook comprises the area formerly called South Brooklyn. Primarily a shipping hub, the Red Hook corporate real estate market is only beginning to match the upward trend of properties in the neighborhood’s residential market. Red Hook is an ideal location for businesses that require lots of space for machinery—or simply those that want to find a place to stretch out and take advantage of cheaper than average rents.

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    The Navy Yard and Flushing Avenue corridor borders DUMBO and Williamsburg and offers office space at lower prices. The neighborhood has a tremendous number of new office construction and redevelopment projects underway. Shipbuilding and repairs stopped decades ago, but the Navy Yard has since become a private area for manufacturing and retail, with more than 200 businesses calling the area their office home.

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