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$2.31/psf Real estate taxes (22-23)

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7325 57th Ave - 9,642 sf Industrial Land

9,642 sf Industrial Land For Lease

Property Details

DY Realty Group, LLC has been retained on an exclusive basis to offer for lease this 9,642 sf industrial yard located in Maspeth, Queens.

Centrally located near the Long Island Expressway (495), Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (278) and numerous truck routes including Grand Avenue, Queens Blvd, Eliot Avenue, & Metropolitan Avenue to name a few.

Pending capital improvements:
- Asphalt throughout
- Corrugated steel fencing along perimeter
- Electric service, 2023 - Q2

*Images are renderings

$2.31/psf Real estate taxes (22-23)

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732557th

Location

Address
7325 57th Ave, Maspeth, Queens, NY 11378
Cross Street
73rd
Block
2803
Lot
75 76 78
Highways
Brooklyn Queens Expy Long Island Expy

Sq Ft

Available Land
9,642 sf
Plot
9,642 sf
Lot Frontage
85.34'
Lot Depth
114.33'

Financials

Asking Lease
Call or Email
Lease Type
NNN
Taxes
$22,311.00

Construction

Use
Land-Industrial
Fenced
Yes

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Documents

73-25 57th Avenue Flyer
7325 57th Ave - 9,642 sf Industrial Land Brochure

Area Profile

Brooklyn Queens Expy
Long Island Expy

The area known today as Maspeth was chartered by Dutch and English settlers in the mid-17th century. The name "Maspeth" is derived from the name of Mespeatches Indians, one of the 13 main Indian tribes that inhabited Long Island.

The Grand Street Bridge carries Grand Street (Brooklyn) eastward across English Kills from Williamsburg where it becomes Grand Avenue, Maspeth's main street for dining and business.  Single home houses and multiple dwelling homes make up most of Maspeth's residential uses, except for the co-ops on 65th Place, also known as The Plateau.

Maspeth's industrial sector lies primarily between 43rd Street through 58th Street, which includes the former Furman Island.  The area is primarily accessed via the Brooklyn Queens Expressway and Long Island Expressway.  Freight also moves along the active rail siding of the Long Island Railroad and a new West Maspeth rail freight station has been proposed in connection with a Cross-Harbor Rail Tunnel to diminish truck traffic across New York City.

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