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Photo courtesy of Ariel Property Advisors
Photo courtesy of Ariel Property Advisors
Building at 143rd Street and 41st Avenue

Flushing apartment complex has changed hands for a hefty sum.

The six-story, residential building at 143-48 41st Ave. sold for $14.175 million on Dec. 22. The 53-unit, 56,000-square-foot elevator building is located on the south side of 41st Avenue, between Parsons Boulevard and Bowne Street.

According to the Department of Buildings online records, a partial vacate order exists on the property dating back to Nov. 3 due to an illegal conversion at the cellar level. A permit was filed to construct a laundry room at the cellar level last January, but was later revoked by the city agency in December.

Situated in the downtown area of the neighborhood, the building is blocks away from both the Murray Hill and Main Street Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) stops, as well as the 7 train, offering fast access to Manhattan and parts of Queens.

It’s also close to myriad destinations including the Queens Botanical Garden, Queens Museum, Flushing Town Hall and the New York Mets’ home, Citi Field. The area is also known for its international food offerings and shopping destinations, including the SkyView Center Mall.

Victor Sozio, Shimon Shkury, Michael A. Tortorici and Jesse Greshin from Ariel Property Advisors closed the deal.

 

143-48 41st Ave, Flushing, NY 11355003

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