New York, February 12, 2018 – Cushman & Wakefield today announced that the firm has arranged the sale of a corner development site located at 141-57 Northn Boulevard in Flushing, Queens. The property sits on a unique lot of approximately 22,663 square feet in C1-2/R6 zoning. The FAR is 3.0 (as of right), which allows up to 67,989 buildable square feet for mixed-use development. The final closing price was $23,000,000.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Senior Managing Director Stephen R. Preuss and Vice Chairman Stephen P. Palmese represented the seller, 141-57 Northern Boulevard, Inc., in the transaction. The site was purchased by NY EZ Property Holdings, LLC.

“With an extremely diverse community and an ideal location along the 7 train and LIRR, Flushing has emerged as one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Queens,” said Stephen R. Preuss of Cushman & Wakefield. “The recent success of local projects such as The Grand at Sky View bodes well for future development as demand for new residential space continues to outpace supply.”

141-57 Northern Boulevard is a corner mixed-use development site with 270+ square feet of frontage. The property currently feautures an approximately 14,200 square foot building occupied by a commercial tenant and Bank of America. Bank of America currently operates 4,100 SF on a lease through March 31, 2020 currently paying $9,566.67 per month (with no options) and the remaining commercial space will be delivered with an approximate one-year lease back to the current tenant.

At the northwest corner of Northern Boulevard and Parson Boulevard, the site is less than a mile away from the 7 Main Street subway station and the LIRR at Main Street and Murray Hill stations.

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