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January 19, 2012

Barclays Center May Already be Attracting New Retail Potential

Industrial building on Dean St. is on the market, with listing suggesting realtor wants to turn it into a retail hub.

Carroll Gardens Patch
by Jamie Schuh

An industrial building on Dean Street, between Carlton and Vanderbilt Avenues, is on the market and its listing suggests it may host retail businesses catering to Barclays Center arena-goers, according to Atlantic Yards Report.

AYR says that the former headquarters of a stencil-making company is now being promoted by realtor Winick as soon to have an "all glass front” and parking for 90 cars, while also touting its proximity to the arena.


Posted by eric at January 19, 2012 4:30 PM