2,000 SF | 119-01 Metropolitan Ave | Corner Retail Space for Lease

119-01 Metropolitan Ave Kew Gardens, NY 11415

119-01 Metropolitan Ave, Kew Gardens, NY, 11415
119-01 Metropolitan Ave, Kew Gardens, NY, 11415 119-01 Metropolitan Ave, Kew Gardens, NY, 11415 119-01 Metropolitan Ave, Kew Gardens, NY, 11415
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Feb 01, 2023


Amazing opportunity to lease the corner of one of the busiest retail hubs in Queens.
Two-story tudor-style mixed-use building sits on six adjoining lots and wraps around the Northeast corner of the block.
112 ft. of frontage

Located in the prime retail hub of Kew Gardens neighborhood of Queens at the corner of Metropolitan Ave and Lefferts Blvd near the 121st St subway station and the Kew Gardens LIRR station.

Nearest Transit: J train at 121st St and the Q54, Q10, & QM18 bus lines.

Nearby tenants include CVS, Dunkin', TD Bank, Trade Fair Supermarket, Burger King, Planet Fitness, Dollar Tree, Chase Bank, Crunch Fitness, McDonald's, Starbucks, Walgreens, and more!

Building Size: 6580sq ft
Lot Size: 0.11 acres



Units for Lease

119-01 Metropolitan Ave
Space Available: 2000 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

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