Southern Brooklyn

Ocean Avenue Medical Center Hits Market For $5.75 Million

Source: Google Maps
Source: Google Maps

Ocean Medical Plaza at 2700 Ocean Avenue, a medical office with 35 examination rooms, is now on the market for $5.75 million.

The 12,500 square foot building wedged between residential apartments between Avenue W and Gravesend Neck Road is being marketing by Massey Knakal Realty Service, according to a press release from the broker, and it appears the business is up for grabs as well.

The two-story building, with fully-finished basement, contains approximately 12,500 square feet and sits on a 40’ x 125’ lot.  It consists of 35 large examination rooms making this an excellent opportunity for a medical practice looking to expand. The owners are willing to sell the business as well, a highly respected medical practice that has been servicing the community for 18 years.

It doesn’t appear as if the business is included in the asking price.

According to Property Shark, the building stands on a 5,000 square foot lot. A developer can build an additional 8,000 square feet.

Originally built in 1995, the business is currently operated by Drs. Lazar and Elina Kaganovsky. Before that year, it was a two-story, one-family home.

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  1. They keep replacing private homes with shyster medical buildings alkng that stretch of Ocean Avenue, inconveniencing locals (I have friends in the area) with daily 1am-3am, rude, loud, non-city garbage/medical waste pickup services, and daytime medical transport vans that block private driveways, and have high accident rates (crashing in to private homes, yep, really).

    I mean, if they were building multi-family dwellings I coukd understand it, but how many shady dental, liposuction, and laser eye surgery centers do you need in one area? They seem to have dozens.

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