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The home of two restaurants located in the heart of the most highly trafficked location in Elmhurst’s retail hub is now on the market.

The one-story building located at 89-30 Queens Blvd. is approximately 2,749 square-feet and is currently home to a Popeye’s on one side and Pronto Pizza on the other. The building’s parking lot is about 8,931 square feet. The development is listed with Greiner-Maltz at $9 million.

The site is located across the street from Queens Center Mall and down the block from Queens Place, two shopping centers boasting nationally-known retailers including Macy’s, Target, BestBuy and JC Penney. The property is also a short walk from the Woodhaven Boulevard subway station.

The property sits right next door to a multi-purpose building that used to be St. John’s Hospital. The building has available apartments and has space to rent out for medical offices, schools and community services.

Mo Malik, owner of the property, told QNS he is unsure whether the new owner would honor the leases or redevelop the site upon acquiring the property.

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