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B6 Lists Forest Hills Development Site

B6 Real Estate Advisors has been retained to sell 106-06 Queens Boulevard, a development site in Forest Hills, Queens. The seller is the Forest Hills Jewish Center, which is asking $50 million.

The property encompasses the entire blockfront on the east side of 69th Road between Queens Boulevard and Austin Street. The lot measures more than 36,000 square feet and is currently improved by a four-story, 68,000-square-foot religious/educational facility.
“106-06 Queens Boulevard provides developers with a unique opportunity in size, scale, and location, within a neighborhood often referred to as one of the best places to live in New York,” said Thomas Donovan, partner and vice chairman at B6. “This transaction will continue the recent trend of new mixed-use and multifamily building development in the immediate vicinity.”
Along with Donovan, the B6 team handling the listing includes Tommy Lin, Eugene Kim, Paul Massey, and Zachary Redding.

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