This 5,000SF warehouse is ideally location in the heart of Woodside withing walking distance to the Woodside LIRR stop and the #7 Train.
The space has a new floor, nicely finished 800SF of offices and a large drive-in door.
Settled by farmers in the early 18th century, Woodside's development into a largely residential neighborhood began after the Civil War with the introduction of additional rail lines to the area.
Largely Irish in the late 19th and early 20th century, the neighborhood has become a very diverse neighborhood. Cultural restaurants, such as Thai, Colombian and Ecuadorian eateries, stand along side Irish pubs, and "Little Manila" stretches from 63rd Street to 71st Street along Roosevelt Avenue.
As rental prices in Long Island City and Astoria continue to rise, there has been an increased interest in Woodside by apartment seekers and developers. The peaceful neighborhood boasts good schools and the two-acre Doughboy Plaza, which features four handball courts, two basketball courts, a children's pool and a playground.
Many companies have made their home in Woodside, including Bulova the internationally renown watch and clock company.
Although the R5B district permits detached and semi-detached buildings, it's 1.35 FAR typically produces three-story row houses. The traditional character of R5B districts is reflected in the district's height and setback, front yard and curb cut regulations.
The district has a maximum street wall height of 30 feet, above which the building slopes or is set back to a maximum building height of 33 feet. The front yard must be at least five feet deep and it must be at least as deep as one adjacent front yard but no deeper than the other, to a maximum depth of 20 feet. Attached row houses do not require side yards, but there must be a least eight feet between the end buildings in a row and buildings on adjacent zoning lots.
Parking is waived for one-and two-family homes and curb cuts are prohibited on zoning lots less than 40 feet wide. Where parking is required, on-site spaces must be provided for two-thirds of the dwelling units.