2 Free Standing Buildings - Investment or Redevelopment

811 -819 South Street Newburgh, NY 12550

Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Jan 29, 2019


Two free standing buildings at a busy intersection in the City of Newburgh. Located at the corner of S Plank and Dupont Ave just off I-84 Exit 8. Both buildings are occupied and well maintained. Both buildings are slab on grade one story masonry. Painted concrete block with metal/glass exterior. One used as a quick serve restaurant and the other an auto detail shop.

811 South Street (restaurant) is approximately 756 Square feet built in 1960 with gas fired HVAC, Three-phase electric, shed pitch membrane roof, paved parking area and serviced by municipal water and sanitary sewer.

819 South Street (auto shop) is approximately 1,218 square feet built in 1947 with forced air gas heat, drywall interior with drop ceiling, three-phase electric, restroom and serviced by municipal water and sanitary sewer.

Income $33,600/year

Located in the Mid-Hudson Valley approximately 60 miles north of New York City and 80 miles south of Albany. The city of Newburgh offers links to regional transportation including I-84, I-87, Hudson River and Stewart International Airport.

Year Built: 1960
Building Size: 1974.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.34 acres

Map of 811 -819 South Street, Newburgh, NY, 12550

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