Listing photo for 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107, Staten Island, NY
Listing photo for 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107, Staten Island, NY
Listing photo for 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107, Staten Island, NY
Listing photo for 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107, Staten Island, NY
Listing photo for 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107, Staten Island, NY
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30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107,

Staten Island, NY

$1,250,000

26,547 Sqft

19334H-Five contiguous vacant lots in St George-New Brighton Historical District of the rapidly changing St George neighborhood in Staten Island, NY. The total square footage of the assemblage is 26,547 square feet (0.6094 acres). The zoning is R3A/HS, which calls for single or two family detached homes. Three parcels have frontage on St Marks Place, while the two remaining parcels are currently accessible through an easement from Hamilton Avenue. The offering consists of the following five Block and Lots: The site sits less than a mile away from the heart of Downtown Staten Island, the ferry terminal, and the St George Waterfront Redevelopment Project.

Facts & Features
MLS® # 1130442
Price $1,250,000
Square Footage 26,547
Type Land/Lots
Sub-Type Residential
Status Active
Community Information
Address 30-38 Saint Marks Pl 00022/0107
Area St. George
Subdivision St. George
City Staten Island
County Richmond
State NY
Zip Code 10301
Interior
Fireplace No
Additional Information
Date Listed November 30th, -0001
Zoning R3-A
Listing Details
Office Robert DeFalco Realty, Inc.
Photo of Alina Finkelshteyn

Alina Finkelshteyn

Office: 718-442-4400
Cell: (718) 344-3457

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