6 The Queens Courier • october 1, 2015 for breaking news visit www.queenscourier.com LIC property across from former 5Pointz site hits the market for $34M BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER FREE Measuring & Installation w/purchase of $100. with this ad. • Draperies • Vertical Blinds • Honeycomb Shades • Custom Window Shades • Mini Blinds Nobody Beats Our Prices! • Roman Shades • Balloon Shades • Swags & Jabots • Shutters • Upholstery • Radiator Covers • Table Pads UP TO 70% OFF LIST PRICE Free Interior Design Consultation $20 OFF with purchase of $200 or more *Not to be combined w/other offers. Expires 10/9/15 $50 OFF with purchase of $500 or more *Not to be combined w/other offers. Expires 10/9/15 $100 OFF with purchase of $1,000 or more *Not to be combined w/other offers. Expires 10/9/15 GOMER’S SINCE 1962 Window Treatments FREE SHOP AT HOME SERVICE SERVING QUEENS AND LONG ISLAND 1.800.522.6156 www.gomersdecorators.com Photo via PropertyShark by Scott Binter A development site across the street from the former 5Pointz site in Long Island City is up for sale. BY ANTHONY GIUDICE firstname.lastname@example.org @A_GiudiceReport A development site across the street from what was once home to the graffiti mecca known as 5Pointz in Long Island City is up for sale. The property, located at 45-57 Davis St., is going for $34 million and is located within M1-5, R7-3, and Long Island City zoning districts, according to Cushman & Wakefield, the real estate firm in charge of selling the site. The location holds approximately 108,000 square feet of buildable space on a 216-footby 100-foot lot. A two-story building currently stands at the site, containing approximately 19,912 square feet on the three tax lots. The site is conveniently located near several subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. “This site is situated directly across the street from 5Pointz and many of the major new developments in the neighborhood,” said Stephen R. Preuss of Cushman & Wakefield, who is exclusively marketing this property with David Chkheidze. “This pocket of Long Island City gives a developer the opportunity to be situated near many of the developments that will drastically change the landscape of the area,” Chkheidze added.
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