Astoria Blvd Retail Building For Sale

40-06, Astoria Boulevard South, Steinway, Queens, New York, Stone Street Historic District, New York, 11103, United States of America
$4,749,999

Description

ERG Commercial Real Estate is pleased to present an Astoria Mixed Use building for sale. The building has 51 Feet of frontage on Astoria Boulevard South and 115 Feet of depth. The 3-story building totals 17,490 SF of commercial use. Currently, the first floor is occupied by a restaurant and the second and third floors are vacant. The property received major renovations in 2014. The first floor was built-to-suit for a restaurant with over $750,000 in renovations. The second and third floor were also just renovated to qualify the building for an ICAP Tax Abatement.

Property Documents

Detail

  • Price: $4,749,999
  • Building Size: 17490 SF
  • Lot Size: 5834 SF
  • Year Built: 1930
  • Property Type: Commercial, Mixed Use
  • Property Tax Amount: 81433
  • Block: 00686
  • Lot: 0012
  • Zoning: C4-2A
  • Property Stories: 3
  • City: Queens
  • State/County: New York
  • Neighborhood: Astoria
  • Country: United States

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