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    24-16 Queens Plaza South

    24-16 Queens Plaza South
    Long Island City, NY 11101
    212-894-0159
    Office, Leasing/Rental

    24-16 Queens Plaza South is a 91,064 square foot property in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens. It has 170 residential units and its property type is "B - Business." The notes included with the Department of Buildings filing read "Filing for 14 story new building.".

    • Address 24-16 Queens Plaza South
    • neighborhood Long Island City
    • borough Queens
    • owner Greystone
    • developer Greystone
    • owner entity MAAMIN PROPERTIES, LLC
    • architect SLCE Architects
    • PLANS DISCLOSED 07/16/2014
    • DOB FILE PLANS 07/16/2014
    • DOB FILE Link
    • height in feet 170
    • floors 14
    • residential units 170
    • square feet 91,064
    • const. status Job Filed
    • block and lot 4-00424-0019
    • BIN 4005063
    • Event Financing
    • Address 24-16 Queens Plaza South
    • Neighborhood Long Island City
    • Borough Queens
    • Price $ 54,000,000
    • Publication Date 02/11/2019
    • Event Date 02/01/2019
    • Party 1 AEW Capital Management, Silverback Development
    • Party 1 Brokerage Greystone
    • Party 1 Broker Drew Fletcher, Matthew Hirsch, Matthew Klauer
    • Party 2 Benefit Street Partners
    notes
    The lender issued an acquisition loan of $54 million for the Long Island City property.
    • Event Sales
    • Address 24-16 Queens Plaza South
    • Neighborhood Long Island City
    • Borough Queens
    • Price $ 80,000,000
    • Publication Date 02/11/2019
    • Event Date 02/01/2019
    • Party 1 Greystone
    • Party 1 Brokerage Greystone
    • Party 1 Broker Drew Fletcher
    • Party 2 AEW Capital Management, Silverback Development
    notes
    The buyer purchased the Long Island City property for $80 million.
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