QuantumListing is headquartered in White Plains, NY. So, as a shout out to our corporate hometown, we’re going to initiate this new blog post series, QuantumListing Hot Spots in White Plains. The content will be updated as different users add, edit or delete their listings. You can click on any of the listings to go to its detail page. It’s also a great opportunity for you to try our long overdue search filter!
Below are a sample of recent listings (mostly) from NAI Isaac in and around Lexington, Kentucky. Click on the image for details about the listing, and information on who to contact.
Today’s Featured Listing comes from David Perlmutter and Alan Zuckerman of Perlmutter Properties, a commercial real estate group based in White Plains, New York. 91 Park Lane Road, is their newest listing, and it is located in New Milford, Connecticut. It is an undeveloped piece of land that is available for sale or lease. The plot of land is an excellent opportunity for a retail business, as it located at the intersection of Route 202 (Park Lane Rd.) and Route 109 (Chestnut Land Rd.). Those familiar with the region may recognize that Route 202 is the main commuter corridor for towns (New Milford, Torrington, and Kent) just north of Danbury, Connecticut.
With 16,100 cars passing per day – and 362.5 feet or street frontage – your business will be highly visible to frequent commuters. The undeveloped plot of land sits atop 2.73 acres, and the buyer will be able to build up to 25,000 ft of space. Although the space is open to any retail business, the zone uses allow this to be a perfect destination for banks, professional office space, and even medical office space, due to its proximity to New Milford Hospital.
Today’s featured listing is 75 Orient Way, Rutherford, NJ. It was posted to QuantumListing by Randy Horning, Senior Associate at NAI James E. Hanson. The building is great for medical and professional office use and is located in the Rutherford Transit Village Central Business District. It is bicycle and pedestrian accessible, with a 93% walkability score from www.walkscore.com. It’s an easy 35 minute commute to NYC via bus or train.
Rutherford has over three hundred businesses, including dozens of restaurants. For sports and music fans, the building is just two miles from Met Life Stadium. Highway accessibility is unparalleled, including easy access to Route 3, 17, 22, 46, 80, the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.
The entire 23,501 SF building was renovated within the last decade, including the lobby and elevators. The elegant suite features a double glass door entry, reception area with architectural woodwork, seven private offices and three flex offices, plus secretary and bullpen stations.
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Today, we’re featuring three listings from Nathan Horne of Brick & Mortar in Brooklyn. I’ve never met Nathan, though we’ve talked a few times on the phone. He first signed up for QuantumListing earlier last week. After QuantumListing’s database was hacked, he was the first one to sign up again and add back his listings. For that, I’m grateful. Based on his company bio, I’d say he’s a pretty interesting fellow. He’s a former civil right’s attorney, author and independent real estate broker. He teaches chess, and is a former national high school soccer champion. It sounds like Nathan’s got all the skills in his background needed for a successful broker in the competitive Williamsburg market.
224 North 6th Street has a 1500 SF building on it now, but is in an excellent area for condominium development in Williamsburg. There are plans for a 7-unit rental development with 5350 livable SF and 7850 gross SF. This area commands $70/SF for rent or $1500/SF for condos.
The next listing also has potential as a development site. It houses a nice 3600 SF building only one block from the Lorimer L train. It’s a great investment to buy and turn the first floor into a commercial space or to tear down and build a 7200 SF building as of right or 9500 SF with affordable housing. There are plans for 10-unit residential building plus store development. Asking $400/BSF.
The third listing is 467 Keap Street, a beautiful retail space in prime Williamsburg, only one block from the Lorimer L Train. It has almost 100′ of street frontage, with 4200 SF ground level space, as well as almost 4000 SF windowed lower level space accessible by a private elevator. Nathan says it is perfect for a gym, grocery store, bank, or practically any other large establishment, as there are over 500 apartments in these two square blocks.