Containing approximately 3,070 square feet of rentable office space and commercial space, this building has a 1-story floor plan. The structure was built in the year 1959 and is set at 171-17 Jamaica Avenue in the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York.
The property is divided into two retail units, each of which boasts two large picture windows and a double glass door entry. A large awning stretches the length of the exterior, and this gives businesses plenty of room to advertise their business. Above, there addition facade space for signage.
Inside 171-17 Jamaica Avenue, there are neutral-colored tile floors and vast areas of wide-open space. Drop ceilings help with the energy efficiency of the structure and keep some of the outside noise out of the businesses. Besides the abundant natural light, there are also fluorescent lights in the spaces.
Nearly any business venture is comfortable within this structure, thanks to the vibrant retail community surrounding the property. There is lots of parking along the streets in the neighborhood, and tenants benefit from the close proximity to public transportation options.
Black window frames and a black awning deepen the appearance of 171-17 Jamaica Avenue, which is clad in light-colored brick. The building has a clean design that lacks ornamentation.
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