- Fully Occupied 6 Unit Multi-Family Property
- Great Location Near Northern Blvd and the Brooklyn Queens Expressway
- Nearby Subway Lines for Easily Accessible Transportation
- Near Neighborhood Amenities Including the Busy Steinway St Retail Corridor
American Investment Properties is exclusively retained to sell 4307 34th ave in Astoria, New York. At this location is a fully occupied 6-unit multi-family property. This property is in a great location for residents. It’s only a few blocks from the busy Steinway St retail corridor which consists of all the neighborhood amenities residents most beneficial to residents.
There are a few subway lines and train stops within walking distance to this multi-family property and major roadways are also a short drive away.
Additionally, there is potential rental upside to this property as two apartment units are below market rents.
About Astoria, New York
Astoria is a neighborhood in the western portion of the New York City borough of Queens. Astoria is bounded by the East River and is adjacent to three other Queens neighborhoods: Long Island City to the southwest, Sunnyside to the southeast, and Woodside to the east. As of 2019, Astoria has an estimated population of 95,446
Laid-back Astoria is a multicultural neighborhood of low-rise residences and small businesses, in Queens. Known for its Greek tavernas and cafes, the area is home to a variety of traditional ethnic eateries and trendy spots. The Museum of the Moving Image, with its exhibits about film, television and digital media, is a top draw. The open-air Bohemian Beer Garden and Astoria Park hum with activity in warm weather.
Astoria generally has a higher ratio of college-educated residents than the rest of the city as of 2018. Half of residents (50%) have a college education or higher, while 16% have less than a high school education and 33% are high school graduates or have some college education. By contrast, 39% of Queens residents and 43% of city residents have a college education or higher.
The percentage of Astoria students excelling in math rose from 43 percent in 2000 to 65 percent in 2011, and reading achievement rose from 47% to 49% during the same time period.