The place to be now. Part of the burgeoning area at the nexus of the Dumbo Design District, Vinegar Hill, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and Fort Greene. This 25'-wide live/work building with curb cut can be a warehouse plus office space, art gallery, company headquarters, performance space, mixed-use retail with residential, single-family or multi-family home, or developed into a condo building. This former firehouse dating from the 1870s can be reimagined as built or expanded to suit a variety of different uses. Currently configured as a warehouse on the ground floor, a sunny second story with 2 units, and a storage basement, this 94' deep building is built to approximately 4800 sf, with an additional 3700 buildable square feet as of right. Located in Downtown Brooklyn, it is easily accessible by the A,C,F,B,D,Q,R, & W trains as well as the BQE. Convenient for residents and businesses, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Fort Greene Park, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and the Wegmans supermarket are all within minutes on foot. Several new residential buildings within a few blocks offer growing foot traffic. The ground floor warehouse space has 13.5' high ceilings, a private office and half bathroom as well as an indoor loading dock and an automatic garage door. The storage basement is accessed by a staircase from the warehouse space. The second floor is accessible from the main building entrance, and is currently configured as 2 separate loft spaces with original details including exposed brick and tin ceilings. One loft contains a kitchen, a large skylight, and 2 full bathrooms, and the other has a bathroom and separate laundry room. The ceiling height on the second floor is 11'9". Roof rights, development rights, and great accessibility make this an ideal company headquarters, private club, live with income, or commercial investment opportunity. Photo of 183 Concord Street from 1939-1941 copyright and courtesy of New York Municipal Archives. Roof rights, air rights and great accessibility make this an ideal company headquarters, private club, live with income, or commercial investment opportunity. Photo of 183 Concord Street from 1939-1941 copyright and courtesy of New York Municipal Archives.