A landmarked building near the site of the long anticipated and controversial Whole Foods in Gowanus has hit the market — minus an advertised asking price, Curbed reported. Whole Foods agreed to preserve and make repairs on the abandoned Coignet building near its first Brooklyn store property — it replaced the building’s roof nearly two years ago — however the building is not owned by the supermarket and is now for sale.
The 2,000-square-foot building is locate at 360 Third Avenue, near 3rd Street, and is being marketed by Massey Knakal.
Massey Knakal’s website describes the building as a ”great retail opportunity adjacent to the new Whole Foods Market. Landmarked building in prime Gowanus location. The exterior of the building is to be completely restored by Whole Foods (interior requires gut renovation).” [Curbed] –Christopher Cameron