Park Slope
The retail space at 441 4th Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, presents a promising opportunity for businesses. Located on the southeast corner of 4th Avenue and 9th Street, it features a ground floor area of 3,449 square feet and a lower level of 1,900 square feet. The space boasts a 176-foot wraparound frontage, including 100 feet on 9th Street and 76 feet on 4th Avenue. The ground floor has a 13-foot ceiling height, while the lower level has 10 feet. This modern space is situated at the base of a mixed-use building, adjacent to the 4th Avenue/9th Street station, and offers access to several local submarkets like Park Slope, South Slope, Gowanus, and Carroll Gardens.
  • 5,349 sq. ft.
  • At the base of an 11-story 66,655 sf mixed-use building
  • Adjacent to the 4th Avenue/ 9th Street station servicing the lines | Access to Park Slope, South Slope, Gowanus, and Carroll Gardens submarkets
  • Corner space with ample frontage
  • Divisible Scenarios: Ground Floor: 1,850 SF | Ground Floor: 1,384 SF | Ground Floor: 148 SF + Lower Level
Available spaces Ground Floor: 3,349 SF | Lower Level: 1,900 SF
Location 441 4th Ave
Park Slope, NY 11217
Occupancy Immediate


Ground Floor: 3,449 SF
Ground Floor: 1,850 SF | Ground Floor: 1,384 SF | Ground Floor: 148 SF + Lower Level
Lower Level: 1,900 SF
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Park Slope

A place to grow together in Brooklyn’s most sought after neighborhood

Park Slope is a strong embodiment of all things Brooklyn. An open-minded and artistically inclined population enthusiastically lends its support to an assortment of businesses and vendors. Known as the “Other Fifth Avenue,” Fifth Avenue in Park Slope is a hotbed for laid-back, family-oriented businesses and homegrown food and beverage concepts, housed in the various Park Slope commercial retail space. It is home to all things retail in Park Slope. Seventh Avenue acts as another hotspot for residents and includes top-rated schools, restaurants, bars, and health clinics. 

Historic brownstones and Prospect Park define this tree-lined neighborhood, and recent developments have carried its charm into the 21st century. Strollers and children of all ages are a constant presence on the sidewalks, as are dog walkers heading to the park. The neighborhood is far enough away from Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan to offer a breather from the daily hustle, big enough for a diverse range of housing types, and secluded enough to offer the quiet serenity of a New York-style suburb.

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  • 15 St - Prospect Park (F, G)
  • Prospect Av (D, N, R, W)
  • 4th Av - 9 St (F,G, D, N, R, W)
  • Grand Army Plaza (2,3,4)
  • 7 Av (B, Q)
  • Union St (D, N, R, W)
  • Bergen St (2, 3, 4)
  • Atlantic Av - Barclays Ctr (2,3,4,5,B,D,N,Q,R)


  • Purbird
  • Al Di La Trattoria
  • Runner Up
  • Stone Park Cafe
  • Patsy's Pizzeria
  • Bricolage
  • Miriam
  • Sushi Katsuei


  • “The Other 5th Avenue”
  • Beacon's Closet Park Slope
  • Fig
  • KIWI
  • Aesop
  • Bhoomki
  • Something Else on Fifth
  • A Cheng


  • Night Hawk Cinema
  • Barbés
  • Brownstones
  • Old Stone House of Brooklyn


  • Prospect Park