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Two-car garage in Sunnyside Gardens goes on the market for a cool $150,000

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Sept. 7, 2017 Staff Report

The cost of parking in New York City is not cheap—and the cost of buying garage space in Sunnyside Gardens is clearly an indicator of that.

A two-car garage has just gone on the market for $150,000 at 43-31 Barnett Avenue, according to a listing on the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island

“Rare Garage In Historic Sunnyside Gardens Area! Don’t Miss This Rare Opportunity To Own A 2 Car Garage! Will Not Last, Priced To Sell! “ reads the ad.

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Some guy

Huh. I’ve been wondering what the going rate on those garages is for a long time, I’ll be interested to see what they actually sell for if the information becomes available. I suspect the owner is being more than a little optimistic in this pricing, and is hoping to get extra bucks for providing two adjacent garages.

It would be super convenient for someone who lives by there to be able to have a car without worrying about finding a space (which can take a long time in that area) or alternate side parking. 75K sounds pretty damn steep for that privilege though.

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Tupac Shakur Apt 2A

Neal Milano will sign up to be the head of the board for this, whomever buys it better put some rugs down or else he or she will be fined 5K, payable in small bills to Mr. Milano himself. Oh and don’t let your significant other park his or her car there, that’s another 5K.

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Dough boy loves Barbara

Barbara is opening up a disco in those garages. Fan of dough boy park is going to be he bouncer in neals absense.

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Al from Sunnyside drives a Yugo

SOLD!!!! El Loco bought it for his low riders. Sorry Al….you lost!!b you’ll have to rent a spot from Beetle Juice to park your Yugo.

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El Loccco

Yes ALAN …and that’s your name from now on…ALAN. You have a garage in your moms house and you keep your three wheeled Schwinn in there.

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my cat hates you and so what

when this place was first built some guy parked his model T in it which cost about $300 in 1920s

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Otto drives a Snowflakemobile

Yea Otto, you probably have 3 Prius hybrids with “I’m with her” stickers. Wait to Neal sees that.

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its a steal

honestly it is. and when sunnyside railway yards is fully developed within the next 10 years the price of the garage will have doubled

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fan of dough boy park

I can’t even afford one car, let alone two cars, let alone two cars garages!

OH WELL

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You

Why do you feel the need to involve a family member of his? Not defending the guy but at least leave his daughter out of this.

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Oran Juice Jones friend of El loco

Oran Juice Jones owns one of those units. He stores his unsold albums in it.

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Me

When is the Open House? I mean Open Garage? We’d like to inspect the garage before we bring our renminbis– I mean dollars– over for investing.

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Hysterical Society

PLUS A MONTHLY MAINTENACE CHARGE.
ITS IN THE HISTORIC SUNNYSIDE GARDENS.
THEIR FRONTYARD WEEDS ARE LANDMARKED!!!

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