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The Parthenon Two
Jamaica, Queens | 148th Street & 150th Street
Studio 1 Bath467 Square FeetCondo New Development

$245,000
Common Charges$191
RE Taxes$421
Price Per SF
$525

Listing Features

  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • S Steel Appliances

Outdoor space and views

  • North Exposure
  • South Exposure

Building Amenities

  • Video Intercom
  • Bike Storage
  • Elevator
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room

Policies

  • Pieds A Terre Ok

Property Description

Get in on the ground floor of a brand new 8 story boutique condominium in a neighborhood at the center of a development boom. The only studio which boasts clean modern lines awaits your personal touch. Add an on-site super and laundry and parking (for rent or purchase) and bicycle storage plus the proximity to The Queens County Supreme Courts, York College, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and numerous transportation options (including several subway lines, the LIRR, JFK shuttle and major roadways like the Van Wyck Expressway), this is one opportunity either as an owner-occupant or investor you don’t want to miss

Listing History

Now
11/26/2021
Contract Signed by Althea Ffrench
Triumph Property Group
11/17/2021
Contract Out by Althea Ffrench
Triumph Property Group

Building Details

OwnershipCondo
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVideo Intercom
AgePost-War
AccessElevator
Year Built2020
Financing Allowed90%
Floors/Apts8/27
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

Sutphin Blvd
0.25 miles
Parsons Blvd
0.27 miles
Sutphin Blvd-Archer Av-JFK Airport
0.28 miles
Jamaica Center-Parsons/Archer
0.31 miles

Railroad

JamaicaLong Island Rail Road
0.35 miles

Contact Agent

Contact Agent

Licensed As
Althea E. Ffrench
Salesperson
License#:
40FF1132193
Company:
Triumph Property Group
Althea Ffrench
Triumph Property Group
View this property on the company's website

Building Availability

APPSF
Median
Average
$551
$500,000
$460,000
$554
$312,500
$312,500

Studio in Jamaica

APPSF
Median
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$525
$187,500
$187,500
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Jamaica | Queens

Quick Profile

Jamaica Queens is buzzing. Although it doesn’t have the same level of excitement or sensory overload that Times Square imparts on its visitors, it’s a bustling city center just brimming with activity. The courts, government offices, hospitals, colleges, ethnic restaurants of every kind, big box retailers and mom-and-pop shops – the neighborhood has a lot going on at any given moment.

 Jamaica, a diversely populated middle-class neighborhood located in southeastern Queens has a huge commercial and retail district with a residential component too. Its boundaries are Hillside Avenue to the northwest, Van Wyck Expressway to the south, Linden Boulevard to the southeast, and 188th Street and Jamaica Boulevard to the northeast.

 Jamaica has a similar history to other areas of Queens and Manhattan. Indigenous tribes called it home until the Dutch arrived in the mid-1600s. They purchased the land for a very small amount (history says two rifles, a fur coat, and some gun powder). Dutch Governor Peter Stuyvesant named it Rustdorp, which translates to rest town. English colonists took over the lands from the Dutch around 1655 and changed the name to Jamaica.

 In the late 1770s, Jamaica became a popular trading post and it was eventually incorporated into a village in 1814. In 1834, B and J Railway Company built a train line connecting Brooklyn to Jamaica. It didn’t last long because B and J Railway ran out of money to keep the trains operational. New investors stepped in and saved the company. They renamed the organization the Long Island Rail Road Company.

 In 1898, Queens became part of New York City and served as the county seat for Manhattan.

 Today’s Jamaica has a thriving business district that represents the diversity of Queens. West Indian grocery stores, African American bath and beauty supplies, South American eateries, Indian owned electronic stores, Italian grocers, South East Asian markets line the streets selling their goods and services.

 There are even green spaces in this densely populated urban neighborhood. Rufus King Park, Marconi Park, Jamaica Playground, Saint Albans Park and Baisley Pond Park are just a few of the more notable ones.  

 Jamaica is accessible with plenty of transportation options. Jump on the Long Island Railroad and be in Manhattan in 35 minutes, or head the other direction to Montauk or the Hamptons. The Air Train takes you to John F. Kennedy International Airport. Subway and bus lines will whisk you to Manhattan, Brooklyn, or further into Queens.

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OLR ID: 1961686