Lee & Associates NYC has been tapped to market a new commercial development at 34-30 Steinway Street in Astoria.
Managing director Garry Steinberg, director Jaime Schultz, director Stephen May, and associate Adam Malitz are marketing the multi-level, 100,000 s/f commercial development located between 34th and 35th Avenues in Astoria.
The retail and office property will feature 29,400 s/f on the first floor, 26,100 s/f on the second floor, 24,100 s/f on the third floor and a 20,000 s/f lower level that includes 225 parking places and 6,000 s/f of retail storage.
In addition to the available retail and office space, there is a 22,000 s/f community facility option. The building will also have 150 feet of frontage, as well as entrances on Steinway Street and 38th Street.
“This is an excellent opportunity to enter a vibrant neighborhood via Astoria’s most active retail corridor,” said Steinberg.
“The central location, multi-level space and on-site parking would be highly beneficial to a big box retailer, office tenants and a community organization.”
The building is blocks from the Museum of the Moving Image and the Steinway Street M and R subway stop.
Neighboring businesses include Gap, Gap Kids, Studio Square NYC, Chase Bank, Starbucks, Panera Bread, Uno Chicago Grill, P.C. Richard & Son and United Artists movie theater.