22-54 31st Street

22-54 31st Street Queens, NY 11368

22-54 31st Street, Queens, NY, 11368
22-54 31st Street, Queens, NY, 11368
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
Please Call Broker for Price

Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021

Highlights:

  • Multiple Scenarios:
  • A. Existing Building Structure - Fully vented Restaurant (Ground) - 3,050 SF. Currently divided into 2 stores - 1,600 SF per store
  • B. 2nd Floor - 3,050 SF. Currently divided (can be 1 or 2 spaces)
  • C. Build out Ground & 2nd floor - 6,087 SF per floor either divided into 2 stores or 1 tenant for all spaces
  • Easy access to N & W subway lines with over 5.5M riders annually
  • High visibility with 50 feet of frontage on 31st Street
  • Whole building can be delivered vacant on closing
  • Between 217th & 218th Street Between 23rd Avenue & Ditmars Blvd

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request

    Trains:

    n; w

    Neighboring Tenants:

  • Bareburger
  • CityMD
  • Spectrum
  • Chase Bank
  • Target (coming soon)
  • Starbucks
  • Taco Bell
  • City Bank
  • TJ-Maxx
  • Size:

  • Ground Floor B: 1,600 SF
  • 2nd Floor A: 1,600 SF
  • 2nd Floor B: 1,600 SF
  • Frontage:

  • 25'
  • Ceiling Height:


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