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2-4 St.PaulsCasandra Properties is proud to announce their new listing located at 2-4 St. Pauls and 65 St. Pauls Avenue, Staten Island, NY.  This sale consists of two (2) separate addresses being sold as a package. 2-4 St. Pauls is a newer commercial building consisting of 5 two bedrooms apartments, plus roof deck and two commercial storefronts. 65 St. Pauls is a two (2) family which is located just a few doors up the block which abuts twelve (12) garages which are all fully rented. They will NOT be sold separately. The buildings are in excellent condition and have all market apartments. Conveniently located near Staten Island Ferry and Empire Outlets. AAA rated commercial tenant in 2-4. Tax abated.

 

For more information, please contact Casandra Properties at

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2381 HylanFirst time offered for Sale 2381-91 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island 10306.  With over 24,000 GLA, this fully occupied shopping center is conveniently located mid-Island in the New Dorp/Grant City section of Staten Island.  The highly- visible Hylan Blvd. location boasts an average daily car count of approximately 40,000.   Three floors of commercial space are comprised of a mix of office and retail tenants. Each level is serviced by an elevator making all ADA accessible.   Ample parking on- site and easy accessibility from the Verrazano Bridge and I 278 make this a very desirable location.   

Call Sonia Tomai at 718.816.7799 for further details. 2381 Hylan Blvd

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It has been recently announced that New York City and New York State have secured federal funding for $400 million in federal funds to build the long-awaited seawall on Staten Island’s East Shore.  Total estimated cost of this project is $615 million.  This area was devastated by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.  The New York Times quoted that 24 of the 48 New York City residents killed were on Staten Island.  This new seawall is expected to protect Staten Island’s eastern coast from strong storms like Sandy that could produce dangerous flooding.  Remaining costs not covered by Federal funding will be footed by New York State which will contribute approximately $150 million and New York City which will contribute approximately $65 million.

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