DY Realty Group, LLC has been retained on an exclusive basis to handle the disposition of 31-09 Starr Avenue & 52-24 34th Street in Long Island City, Queens. 

31-09 Starr Avenue consists of a 14,600 sf 2-story building on a plot of 12,500 sf.

52-34 34th Street consists of an 4,000 sf building with a 4,000 sf lower level on a plot of 10,000 sf.

Combined, the site offers a total plot of 22,500 sf, and the zoning of M1-3 allows for an FAR of 5.0, totaling 112,500 buildable square feet.

Only one block from the Long Island Expressway and minutes from Manhattan, this industrial assemblage presents a rare opportunity to enter the hard sought Long Island City real estate market.

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LIC Industrial Assemblage For Sale

Development Potential of 112,500 sf

Property Details

DY Realty Group, LLC has been retained on an exclusive basis to handle the disposition of 31-09 Starr Avenue & 52-24 34th Street in Long Island City, Queens. 

31-09 Starr Avenue consists of a 14,600 sf 2-story building on a plot of 12,500 sf.

52-34 34th Street consists of an 4,000 sf building with a 4,000 sf lower level on a plot of 10,000 sf.

Combined, the site offers a total plot of 22,500 sf, and the zoning of M1-3 allows for an FAR of 5.0, totaling 112,500 buildable square feet.

Only one block from the Long Island Expressway and minutes from Manhattan, this industrial assemblage presents a rare opportunity to enter the hard sought Long Island City real estate market.

Location

Address
3109 Starr Ave, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101 5224 34th St, Long Island City, Queens, NY
Cross Street
Starr Van Dam
Block
301 301
Lot
26 1
Highways
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Bridges/Tunnels
59th Street Bridge 59th Street Bridge

Sq Ft

Available Space
14,600 sf 8,000 sf
Buildable SF
112,500 sf
Bldg Area
14,600 sf 8,000 sf
Floors
4,000 sf Lower 16,500 sf Grnd 2,100 sf 2nd
Plot
22,500 sf
Lot Frontage
100' 100'
Lot Depth
100' 125'

Financials

Asking Sale
Call or Email
Taxes
$39,268.00 $65,736.00

Construction

Use
Development Industrial Industrial-Warehouse
Bldg Description
1-Story 2-story
Stories
1
Bldg Material
Brick Mill
Heat
Gas
Ceiling
11-15'
Zone
M1-3 M1-3
FAR
5
Platform
10
Drive-in
2
Power
400
Year Built
1965 1985

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Documents

3109 Starr Avene and 52-24 34th Street OM 3109 Starr Avene and 52-24 34th Street OM
LIC Industrial Assemblage For Sale Brochure

Area Profile

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Long Island Expy
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Long Island City (LIC) is the westernmost neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens and is bounded on the north by the Queens neighborhood of Astoria; on the west by the East River; on the east by Hazen Street, 31st Street, and New Calvary Cemetery; and on the south by Newtown Creek, which separates Queens from Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

This once highly industrialized area has been largely redeveloped over the last few decades to serve more modern uses. It's proximity to Manhattan by subway, bus and ferry, as well as via the Queensboro Bridge and Midtown Tunnel, make LIC a highly desirable location for all manner of uses.

Large sections have been rezoned for residential use, resulting in many luxury condominium towers, particularly along the East River.  Gentrification of the neighborhood has resulted in the introduction of fabulous restaurants and shopping along Vernon and Jackson Avenues and MOMA PS1 anchors a vibrant art community. In fact, LIC has among the highest concentration of art galleries, art institutions, and studio space of any neighborhood in all of New York City. Many parks, a beach and other waterfront access provide residents with fabulous recreational opportunities.

Today, the most prominent building is the 658' Citicorp Tower built in 1989 on Courthouse Square. It is the tallest building on all of Long Island and in any of the New York City boroughs outside Manhattan. Many other businesses and organizations have made LIC the location for their home office, or lease additional back office space in the community.

Other formerly industrial properties have found new life in a commercial capacity, such as the former Silvercup Bakery which is now home to Silvercup Studios and the former Ford Instrument Company building which has been incorporated into LaGuardia Community College. The neighborhood still boasts a vibrant industrial business community as well, and will for many, many years to come.

Zoning

M1 districts range from the Garment District in Manhattan, with its multistory lofts, to parts of Red Hook and College Point with many one or two-story warehouses studded with loading bays. The M1 district is often a buffer between M2 or M3 districts and adjacent residential or commercial districts.

Light industries typically found in M1 areas include knitting mills, printing plants, woodworking shops, auto storage and repair shops, and wholesale service and storage facilities. In theory, nearly all industries uses can locate in M1 areas if they meet the more stringent M1 performance standards. Offices and most retail uses are also permitted. Certain community facilities, such as hospitals, are allowed in M1 districts only by special permit, but houses of worship are allowed as-of-right.

Floor area ratios in M1 districts range from 1.0 to 10.0 and building height and setbacks are controlled by sky exposure planes which may be penetrated by towers in certain districts. New industrial buildings are usually low-rise structures that fit within sky exposure planes. Except along district boundaries, no side yards are required. Rear yards at least 20 feet deep are usually required, except within 100 feet of a corner.

M1-3 zoned districts are usually in older industrial areas. Parking is a requirement and the maximum FAR is 5.0. Although new industrial buildings are usually low-rise structures that fit within sky exposure planes, commercial and community facility buildings can be constructed as towers.

M1 districts range from the Garment District in Manhattan, with its multistory lofts, to parts of Red Hook and College Point with many one or two-story warehouses studded with loading bays. The M1 district is often a buffer between M2 or M3 districts and adjacent residential or commercial districts.

Light industries typically found in M1 areas include knitting mills, printing plants, woodworking shops, auto storage and repair shops, and wholesale service and storage facilities. In theory, nearly all industries uses can locate in M1 areas if they meet the more stringent M1 performance standards. Offices and most retail uses are also permitted. Certain community facilities, such as hospitals, are allowed in M1 districts only by special permit, but houses of worship are allowed as-of-right.

Floor area ratios in M1 districts range from 1.0 to 10.0 and building height and setbacks are controlled by sky exposure planes which may be penetrated by towers in certain districts. New industrial buildings are usually low-rise structures that fit within sky exposure planes. Except along district boundaries, no side yards are required. Rear yards at least 20 feet deep are usually required, except within 100 feet of a corner.

M1-3 zoned districts are usually in older industrial areas. Parking is a requirement and the maximum FAR is 5.0. Although new industrial buildings are usually low-rise structures that fit within sky exposure planes, commercial and community facility buildings can be constructed as towers.

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