Brooklyn, NY
Nick D'Addario is driven and passionate about finding the best properties for his clients, and can offer unique insight into the history and culture of New York City. Using his research skills and knowledge of the New York City real estate market, he is well positioned to help educate a buyer in today's complex market. Having grown up around the business, Nick previously worked with his family helping to manage their real estate holdings in Fairfield and New Haven Counties in Connecticut. Originally from Fairfield, CT, he attended The George Washington University where he received a BA in History and Political Science. Nick went on to earn his Juris Doctor in Law from Vermont Law School. Nick's understanding of real estate investments and legalities coupled with his staunch service ethic and sharp negotiating skills make him an ideal partner in the search for your next home. A resident of Brooklyn, where he specializes, Nick enjoys skiing and biking in his free time. His other interests include history, political science, and finding great new restaurants to fulfill his passion as a self-professed foodie. Nick also enjoys traveling, and escaping the fast pace to visit his homes in Connecticut, Vermont, and Florida. Nick is also involved in various organizations. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Child and Family Guidance Center of Greater Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT), on The George Washington University NYC Young Alumni Network Committee, and on the Greens Farms Academy Alumni Council.

The Escapes

Brooklyn, NY —
Exploring Red Hook

Red Hook is my favorite neighborhood in Brooklyn (full disclosure…it is also where me, my fiance & my dog, Bonaparte live). The neighborhood is very unique and artistic. It is not connected directly to the MTA subway system, which gives it an island-like feeling of isolation. However, it is easily accessible via the B61 bus from the 2/3/4/5 subway lines at Borough Hall and the F/G subway lines at Smith-9th Street. Additionally, one can take the IKEA Ferry from Lower Manhattan or utilize one of the dozens of Citi Bike locations in the neighborhood. Once in Red Hook, there are a ton of great restaurants, bars, and other activities. For the perfect day in Red Hook, here is what I’d have you do.

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699 East 3rd Street, Brooklyn (Kensington), NY

Welcome to 699 East 3rd Street, a 3-family home in beautiful and vibrant Kensington, Brooklyn. The building is currently set up as 3 rental units. This is a tremendous opportunity for a buyer to convert a space into a fabulous investment property. Or bring your contractor and see the exciting prospect of converting the space to a single family home. The property features over 3,000 sq. ft. of living space and includes a large backyard, complete with a storage /br / Unit #1 consists of the first floor and basement. This is a 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom unit with a private front door and direct access to the building's backyard. The basement includes a large living space, office space, storage and a laundry room. The building mechanicals are accessible in the /br / Unit #2 is located on the building's second floor. This is a 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom unit and has access to a large terrace overlooking tree-lined East 3rd /br / Unit #3 is on the top floor of the home. This is a spacious 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom unit with updated kitchen appliances and sun-drenched rooms with South, East and West /br / The first two units are currently occupied by tenants on a month-to-month lease. The property will be delivered vacant. Additional photos are available upon /br / The property is located 2 blocks from the Ditmas Ave F train and roughly half a mile to the G & F trains at Church /br /Reach out for an appointment today!
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