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WEB ID: 23056549

25-40 31st Avenue, 4K The Concord, Astoria, Queens, NY 11106

The Concord, Astoria, Queens, NY 11106

for sale | Co-op | Built in 1939

1 bed
1 bath
$565,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $892
  • 20% Down: $113,000
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 23056549

25-40 31st Avenue, 4K The Concord, Astoria, Queens, NY 11106

The Concord, Astoria, Queens, NY 11106

for sale | Co-op | Built in 1939

1 bed
1 bath
$565,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $892
  • 20% Down: $113,000
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 25-40 31st Avenue, 4K, The Concord, Astoria, Queens, NY 11106

CRESCENT STREET and 29 STREET

Welcome to The Concord, a stunning and spacious pre-war co-op just minutes away from Manhattan. This highly sought-after cooperative community is nestled in the heart of Astoria, New York, and this delightful 1-bedroom co-op offers a rare opportunity to experience the perfect blend of modern living and urban convenience.

This bright and airy home features an abundance of natural light and exudes charm and...

Listing Courtesy of Corcoran, Alex Giannikas, (718) 644-9848, Resource data displayed by Corcoran Group
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key features

  • Full city view
  • Pet friendly
  • Window A/C
  • landscaped courtyard
  • 19000
  • live-in super
  • New card operated laundry room
  • storage space --there's a wait list
  • Listing agent

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    Astoria

    Astoria lies right across the East River from Randall’s Island, Roosevelt Island, and the Upper East Side. In many ways, it’s the quintessential New York neighborhood, giving you all the best parts of Manhattan — food, art, and cultural diversity — without the bustle or skyscrapers, not to mention skyline views over the water you simply can’t have when in Manhattan. Originally settled as Hallet’s Cove, the area was renamed in the mid-19th century to catch the eye of Jacob Astor (then America’s wealthiest citizen) — he never set foot there, but the name stuck. Today, you’ll find a pleasing mix of prewar apartment houses and their newer, glassier counterparts, low-rise row houses with front yards, and even the occasional old mansion. Transit flexibility here couldn’t be better with the N and W trains to the west, the M and R trains to the east, and a ferry stop off Astoria Boulevard.

    The Concord

    about the building

    The Concord

    Apartment Building in Astoria

    Crescent Street And 29 Street

    • 120 UNITS
    • 6 STORIES
    • 1939 BUILT

    Sales History for The Concord
    dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths
    06/12/20244D$595,000011
    05/31/20244D$595,000011
    06/14/20216C$485,000011
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