For Sale: Retail Buildings in Hicksville, NY
132-136 & 138 Woodbury Rd, Hicksville, NY 11801
|Building Size:||7,200 SF|
|Lot Size:||0.25 Acres|
|Year Built:||1956 / 1965|
|Location:||132-136 & 138 Woodbury Rd
Hicksville NY 11801
- 132-134 Woodbury Rd To Be Delivered Vacant at Sale
- 132-134 Woodbury Rd Formerly Glass & Mirror Store
- 136 & 138 Woodbury Rd is 100% Leased
- 136-138 is a Domino’s Pizza Store & Nail Salon
- This Offering is Ideal For Both an Owner-User & Investor
- High Traffic Counts: 24,790 Cars Per Day
- 10 On-Site Parking Spaces Behind Buildings
- Close to the Northern State Parkway & Long Island Expressway
- Near Busy Retail Corridor on Newbridge Road & S Broadway
American Investment Properties is retained to sell the buildings at 132-136 & 138 Woodbury Rd, Hicksville. This is a great offering for an owner-user with a retail business, or a savvy investor with key retail tenants in their portfolio.
At this location are two retail buildings. One building will be delivered vacant. The other building is fully leased with a Domino’s Pizza Store and Nail Salon.
The buildings provide a total frontage of 130 feet on the busy Woodbury Rd. This location has high daily traffic counts of over 24,000 vehicles per day. It is close to various transportation options such as highways and the train station.
Hicksville is a hamlet and census-designated place located in Nassau County, Long Island, New York.
There are lots of retail shops in Hicksville together with restaurants, a couple of museums, recreation areas such as Cantiague Park, a major train station and access to the major highways. Homes in Hicksville have different architectural styles and affordable prices. There are also improvements in the area that include new bus shelters, tree plantings and beautification projects under the Hicksville Hamlet plan which was approved in 2004.
Hicksville embraces both the mega-retail hub and downtown mom-and-pop storefronts. Public support for revitalization, coupled with DRI funding, would allow improvements in the pedestrian environment to make it safer and incentivize walking and biking as viable transportation options. Hicksville is already strategically positioned to benefit from and contribute to the projected growth in healthcare, high-tech and educational industry sectors; putting it on track to attract educated and well-paid professionals to the area.
Pending improvements to the busiest station on the Long Island Rail Road will provide the opportunity for a true renaissance of the area. With anticipated increases in commuter traffic and demand for housing, the vision for Hicksville also includes new public space for events and increasing the diversity of housing stock.
Ron Koenigsberg, CCIM