94-11 59th Ave, Apt E-2



1 BD, 1 BA

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Quiet Converted 1-Bedroom Abode by Queens Center Mall

Cozy up in your very own quiet, back courtyard facing converted one-bedroom (originally a studio) abode located in the heart of Queens. This sunny 5th floor co-op apartment includes a Frigidaire stove and refrigerator, four closets, through the wall A/C, and a pantry.

Conveniently located directly by Queens Center Mall (which includes Macy’s and JcPenney), about five-minutes away from Rego Center (Century 21, Kohl’s, T.J. Maxx, Pier1 Imports), and seven-minutes away from Rego Park Center (Marshalls, Burlington and Bed, Bath & Beyond). Food Bazaar Supermarket is less than one block away. Other close by grocery shopping includes Costco and Aldi Food Market. Nearby restaurants include Applebee’s Grill & Bar, Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Dallas BBQ and much more. The M and R Woodhaven Blvd. subway station is only two blocks away.

94-11 59th Avenue, built circa 1964, is an H-shaped 7-floor co-op with approximately 185 units. The building features newly renovated hallways, a soon to be new lobby, a beautifully landscaped front courtyard entry, new elevators, video surveillance with intercom, live-in super, large laundry room on the ground floor and a building parking lot (currently there’s a waitlist). Unfortunately, subletting is not permitted. Pets are allowed only with board approval.

Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 94-11 59th Ave


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