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Photo courtesy of Massey Knakal 
Photo courtesy of Massey Knakal 

The Village Plaza Shopping Center is selling for $10.9 million, according to Massey Knakal Realty Services, which is marketing the sale.

The center, located at 218-24 Hempstead Ave. in Queens Village not far from Belmont Park, was built in 2006 and is owned by Village Plaza LLC, according to city records.

It has nearly 39,000 square feet in six attached two-story buildings. The plaza also has 26 retail and office units and is currently 75 percent filled with tenants such as a 99-cents store and a Little Caesars pizza chain shop.

There are 25 parking spaces directly in front of the shopping center as well.

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