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4501 Northern Blvd

Corona, New York, NY
Year Constructed

About 4501 Northern Blvd

The two-story retail and office building at 4501-23 Northern Blvd is located in the up-and-coming Long Island City neighborhood of New York’s Queens Borough. The building contains 46,000 square feet of office and retail space for rent.

The ground floor of this expansive building has about 10 retail units, with hundreds of feet of combined frontage on the corner of Northern Blvd and 46th Street. Spaces are zoned M1-1, have heavy power, gas heat, and are sprinklered. Ceiling heights range from 9 to 14 feet. A basement space can be used for commercial office space or for storage. The full second floor, which measures 23,000 square feet, is available for commercial office space.

Long Island City is a hot market for residential and retail, with about 5 million square feet of development under way. This building has a prime location on a high-traffic street, adjacent to “Automobile Row” and across from the future home of B.J.’s. Long Island City is also known for being a niche market for art, having many art galleries, institutions, and studio spaces.

The location is convenient to the Midtown Tunnel, Queensboro Bridge, the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the Long Island Expressway. Subway stations for the M and R trains are close by, as well as many bus routes.

The attractive building has many stately pilasters that traverse both floors. The upper floor and the ground floor along 45th have translucent windows for walls, which allow a great deal of natural light. The structure sits on a bustling retail street with metered parking.

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The Neighborhood: Corona

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