Containing approximately 19,000 square feet of rentable office space and industrial space, this commercial building rises 2 stories above the ground. The low rise was built in 1975 and is situated at 33-25 126th Place in the Corona neighborhood of Queens, New York.
There are several points of entry for this structure, including multiple walk-in and drive-in doors. Because the main level of the property is setup as an autobody shop, there are are high ceilings, poured concrete floors and an abundance of open space.
The upstairs units of 33-25 126th Place are setup to accommodate professional offices of any type. Wiring for modern technology is in place, and this includes that for satellite television. Like the lower level, the office spaces are filled with light.
Exterior signage space is bountiful, and with a billboard right next to the property, it could not be easier for customers to locate the building. Parking is available along the street, though there is some off-street parking in front of the structure.
Clad in neutral-colored stucco, 33-25 126th Place has an attractive, professional look. Subtle details, such as built-out trim and window frames, add character.
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