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A community facility building at 149-34 35th Avenue, located between 149th Place and 150th Street in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens, was sold in an all-cash transaction valued at $3,100,000.

The three-story building with finished cellar contains approximately 9,000 square feet and sits on a 60’ x 100’ lot.  It was previously operated as a preschool and daycare center, which had a capacity for approximately 200 children.  The property was completed in 2009 by an experienced developer and has been built with the highest quality construction.  Improvements include state of the art mechanics, new elevator, and high-end finishes.  It is currently configured with 12 classrooms, two offices, and a playground located on the roof.  A parking area is located in front of the building suitable for several cars. Located one block north of Northern Boulevard in the heart of Flushing, the building will be occupied by a school. The sale price equates to approximately $344 per square foot.

“This transaction was another example of the high demand for quality assets in the Flushing marketplace,” said Massey Knakal Director of Sales Stephen R. Preuss, who exclusively handled this transaction.

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Neighborhoods: Flushing/ Agents: Stephen Preuss