Fulton Avenue Portfolio

682, Fulton Avenue, Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, 11550, USA
Asking Price$1,150,000

Portfolio Units

Title Property Type Price Building Size Lot Size Block / Lot Residential Units Commercial Units

676 Fulton Avenue

Mixed Use 2800 SF 1880 SF 436/156 2 1

682 Fulton Avenue

Mixed Use 2800 SF 1880 SF 436/154 2 1

684 Fulton Avenue

Mixed Use 2800 SF 1880 SF 436/153 2 1

Description

These three properties are located on the busy street of Fulton Avenue, between Cornwall Lane and Cameron Avenue. All of the 3 one bedroom apartments and 3 two bedroom apartments are occupied. Apartments are free market. All 3 retail units are rented, with long term tenants. Each retail space has a full length basement.

Property Documents

Detail

  • Price: Asking Price $1,150,000
  • Property Type: Commercial, Mixed Use, Other
  • Block: 436
  • Lot: 153
  • Residential Units: 6
  • Commercial Units: 3
  • Annual Income: 180240
  • Total Expenses: 108600
  • NOI: 71640
  • Address: Fulton Avenue, Long Island
  • City: Hempstead, Nassau
  • State/County: New York
  • Zip/Postal Code: 11550
  • Neighborhood: Hempstead
  • Country: United States

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