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113-13 Liberty Ave

Ozone Park, Jamaica, NY
Total Size
2,090 sqft
Lot Size
1,846 sqft
Year Constructed


Onsite Parking

About 113-13 Liberty Ave

There are 2 stories above the ground in this mixed-use building and a total of approximately 2,090 square feet of rentable office space and residential space. The pre-war structure was built in 1920 and is located at 113-13 Liberty Avenue in Jamaica, New York.

Featuring expansive awning signage and two prominent display windows, the retail unit on the ground floor is eye-catching. The main entrance is set back from the sidewalk, which allows tenants to create interesting displays in the windows on either side.

To the right of the store is a solid door that leads to the upstairs of 113-13 Liberty Avenue. The units on the second story of the structure are residential in nature and include lots of natural light and operable windows.

The building is cooled by window air conditioners, and this ensures tenants are comfortable even in the warm summer months. Back outside, the traffic flow, both along the street and on the sidewalks, is staggering. There is metered throughout the neighborhood and a number of businesses and conveniences within walking distance of the property.

While much of the brick facade has been painted white to lighten the appearance of 113-13 Liberty Avenue, the brick trim around the windows is white-washed instead. This contrast adds great character to the exterior of the structure.

Internet Providers for 113-13 Liberty Ave

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Verizon New York Fiber
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
25 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

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