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A Flushing lot has hit the market at a substantial asking price.

Billed as a prime site for development or retail, an approximately 2,000 square foot, one-story building at 135-41 38th Ave. is up for lease or sale for $3.85 million by Greiner Maltz Investment Properties.

Located along 38th Avenue between Main Street and Prince Street, the building is next door to a Lucille Roberts gym and is two blocks away from the 7 Train. The commercial space is zoned for uses including specialty and department stores, theaters or other commercial and office use.

Greiner Maltz estimates real estate taxes for the property at $37,480 for 2016-2017.

Those interested in the property or seeking more information should contact Swain Weiner at sweiner@gmipny.com or 646-319-1084.

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