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721 Franklin Ave - STORE
Crown Heights
Subway Lines

Do not miss this exceptional opportunity to establish the retail business of your dreams or expand or relocate your existing business in a prominent location amid numerous thriving businesses along trendy Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights with heavy foot traffic just steps from transportation (and non-metered street parking). Currently utilized as a tattoo shop that is relocating, the space is also suitable for a wide variety of businesses such as a boutique, restaurant, café, bakery, ice cream parlor, specialty grocer, florist, apothecary, salon, gallery, professional space, yoga studio, and more. The airy mint-condition space offers hardwood floors, high ceilings, original moldings, and a bathroom. There is a huge display window that lets in natural sunlight, as well as an entry at street level with an ADA-compliant ramp.

The storefront has approximately 18 feet of frontage nearly 1000 usable square feet of indoor space and nearly 1000 square feet of exclusive garden space (perfect for al fresco dining) along with access to a portion of the basement.

Taxes and water/sewer (depending on the nature of the business) are included. Tenant is responsible for gas and electric. Available April 1st. Flexible terms.

One (1) month broker fee paid by tenant. If tenant comes via a tenant agent, the fee is collected by the tenant's agent.


  • Bedrooms:
  • Bathrooms:
  • Condo
  • No Pets Allowed


  • Private Outdoor Space
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Renovated
  • Basement Usage
  • Private Garden
  • Bathroom
  • No Pets Allowed
  • Pre-War Building


More about Crown Heights

More about Crown Heights

In recent years, multicultural Crown Heights, like many Brooklyn neighborhoods, has experienced a renaissance, particularly in the northwest section of the neighborhood near Franklin and Bedford Avenues, which are bursting with new shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes, including Chavela's, Barboncino, Mayfield, Aita, Glady's, Cent'Anni, The Crown Inn, Drink Lounge, Butter & Scotch, Breuckelen Coffee House, Bedford Hill Coffee Bar, Daily Press, and more. Crown Heights is also filled with rich architectural gems that span styles that include neo-Georgian/Federal, Romanesque Revival, and Renaissance/Baroque Revival. The Brooklyn Children's Museum is a popular destination for families, as is the Jewish Children's Museum. Crown Heights borders Prospect Heights to the west, Bedford-Stuyvesant to the north, Prospect Lefferts Gardens to the south, and historic Weeksville to the east. Medger Evers College is located in Crown Heights.

Grocery Stores

  • Compare Foods
  • Key Food Supermarket
  • Met Food Supermarket
  • Brooklyn Born Mini Market
  • Wise Deli And Grocery
  • Pine Tree

Laundromats / Dry Cleaners

  • Clean City of Brooklyn Inc
  • Clean Rite Center
  • Island Bubbles
  • Dutch Dry Cleaners
  • Laundry City Laundromat
  • Goody's Cleaners


  • Barboncino Pizza
  • Syd's
  • Catfish
  • Chavela's
  • Chop Chop Grub Shop
  • Pacifico's Fine Foods
  • Rosco's Pizza
  • Mayfield
  • Sunshine Co.
  • Bar Corvo
  • Silver Rice

Coffee Shops / Dessert

  • Cent'Anni
  • Little Zelda
  • Tinto
  • Richol Cafe & Bakery
  • The Pulp & The Bean
  • Lily & Fig
  • Cafe Rue Dix
  • Penny House Cafe
  • The Candy Rush
  • Glass Shop
  • Royal Bakery
  • Elsie's Doughnuts


  • Pura Vida Urban Fitness
  • Resurgent Fitness
  • Crow Hill CrossFit
  • MAUSA Health & Fitness Center
  • Force and Flow