Approximately 35,600 square feet of rentable office space and flexible industrial space are housed within this 1956 low rise. The structure features 1 tall story and is located within the Flushing, Queens area of New York at 56-06 Cooper Avenue.
The ceilings within 56-06 Cooper Avenue soar to impressive heights, which gives tenants ample space for storage or manufacturing purposes. There are long lines of windows on the upper portion of the structure, so the interior is still private while receiving lots of natural light.
Raw concrete block walls, exposed ceiling beams, visible duct work and smooth concrete floors add to the industrial look of the units within 56-06 Cooper Avenue. The floor plans are mostly open to accommodate any number of uses. There are both drive-in loading doors and dock-hi loading positions available for use.
The lot on which 56-06 Cooper Avenue is set measures almost 1 1/2 acres in size and features both onsite parking for tenants and employees and a fenced area that is appropriate for outside storage. Pubic transportation users have easy access to several bus stops.
Multiple hues of dark brick work with the light-framed multi-pane windows to give the facade of 56-06 Cooper Avenue an industrial look. The roof line is built-up above the main entrance, and this is the only decoration.
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