Winick Realty Group proudly announced that Aaron S. Fishbein and Daniel D. DePasquale are exclusively marketing a block-through retail development site featuring more than 100,000 square feet of retail, as well as parking and loading, in the heart of Astoria.
The retail at 34-30 Steinway Street, located on Astoria’s main retail corridor, features 150 feet of frontage on Steinway Street and 166 feet on 38th Street. The development has opportunity for four floors of retail with floor plates that measure approximately 30,000 square feet each.
Ceiling heights will range per floor and can accommodate major requirements. This build-to-suit retail opportunity, which is expected to be delivered by 2018, can be utilized by one tenant or multiple tenants of a variety of use groups.
“The retail at 34-30 Steinway Street is truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity as we can build to suit and offer a retailer approximately 30,000-square-foot floorplates with parking and loading entrances on 38th Street and full frontage on Steinway Street,” said Fishbein. He and DePasquale are currently in talks with many national big box retailers to lease either multiple floors or the entire 100,000-square-foot building.
34-30 Steinway Street is situated in one of the busiest professional districts of Astoria, with WeWork, Queens Collective, Green Desk and The Jim Henson Company among the many office tenants nearby. In addition, the building is in close proximity to the Museum of the Moving Image, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts and Kaufman Astoria Studios, among others. Retail tenants surrounding the property include Starbucks, Panera Bread, PC Richard & Son, Blink Fitness, Applebee’s and United Artist Theatres.
The building is centrally located and easily accessible to not only the 141,470 people who live within a mile of the property but also customers from all over New York City thanks to four subway lines and three bus lines stopping within blocks of the site, and the 59th Street Bridge.