New York, NY (PRWEB) February 19, 2013
A two-story plus lower level school building built in 1964 is available for long-term lease (ten years) through its lessor, the Free Synagogue of Flushing. It is located at 41-60 Kissena Boulevard in downtown Flushing, Queens and situated only one block from Main.
Originally built as a religious school for the synagogue, the building had been leased for over 40 years to the Windsor School of Flushing.until recently.
The 15,600-square-foot building is strategically located only a block from the Long Island Railroad and No. 7 subway line and accessible to both local and express buses. The property is located on the same street as The Queens Public Library.
The school is centrally situated, enabling students and teachers easy accessibility to the premises. It also is equipped with a parking lot with spaces dedicated for use by the school. The Temple will also make available on request from the lessee, a 250-seat theater and meeting facility.
In addition to the classrooms on the lower and two upper levels, there is office space, a lounge area, a library that can function as a seminar room, and administrative offices. For further information about the lease, please contact Paul Klein at 718-961-0030.