Demolition begins at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

In June, we stopped by 23-20 Jackson Avenue and saw that a plywood fence was erected, a prelude to demolition beginning at the former home of Prime Time Transportation, an 83,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail space.1 A demolition permit was filed with the Department of Buildings back in March, and construction crews have started, as […]
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Plywood fence up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

A plywood fence is now up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue, former home of Prime Time Transportation, an 83,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail space.1 A demolition permit was filed with the Department of Buildings back in March, and that will likely begin soon.2 Eventually, a nine-story mixed-use building will rise in its place. Here’s more from […]
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Construction permits filed for mixed-use build at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

We last checked in on 23-20 Jackson Avenue when signage had appeared on the site advertising available space for Jackson Square, an 83,000 square food mixed-use office/retail space dubbed Jackson Square NYC.1 Plans are now moving ahead, with new filings with the Department of Buildings last week calling for a mixed-use commercial building that will […]
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Signage appears for Jackson Square at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

Signage is up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue, advertising available space for Jackson Square, an 83,000 square food mixed-use office/retail space.1 Real Estate Weekly (and brought to you here via our friends at LIC Talk) was the first to spot this story earlier in the week.23 The signage advertises a website, JacksonSquare.nyc, which has this to say about the space: […]
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Prime Time Transportation vacates 23-20 Jackson Avenue

In July, The Court Square Blog reported that 23-20 Jackson Avenue had come to market.1 The former tenant there, Prime Time Transportation, vacated the space in late 2016 and has moved to Brooklyn, as seen in signage below. Two options are being floated to potential buyers. The first plan is to keep the current lot size of […]
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