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63-14 Queens Blvd. Queens NY

B6 Markets Community Facility in Woodside Condo Property

B6 Real Estate Advisors has been retained to sell a community facility with 11 parking spaces at 63-14 Queens Blvd., a recently built, eight-story mixed-use residential condominium building in Queens’ Woodside neighborhood. The property, which spans the entire second floor of the building, is listed for $7 million.  

A B6 team of Thomas Donovan, Eugene Kim, Tommy Lin, Robert Rappa and Bradley Rutkin is marketing the space on behalf of James & Mark 168 LLC. The 15,000-square-foot space is currently being utilized as a student dormitory comprised of 15 dwelling units which are partially leased out on a short-term basis, 

According to B6, the property presents a prime end-user opportunity for a local nonprofit institution such as a college or university, with conversion potential for hospital, medical, or government entities to alternative uses such as group homes, rehabilitation centers, or senior housing and long-term care facilities. 

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