The 6,237-square-foot building is on .19 acres.
Empire State Development directed that real estate showings, appraisal services, home inspections and back-office real estate work are essential effective immediately.
While some sectors are being impacted more than others, commercial real estate on Long Island is now sharing the pain that the COVID-19 virus and its protocols continue to inflict on the region.
The three highest-priced home sales in Sound Beach last month ranged from $349,000 to $498,000.
The losses here could amount to hundreds of millions of dollars before things get back to some semblance of normalcy.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has expanded his shutdown of “non-essential” construction projects through most of April, which includes the $1.3 billion Belmont Park arena development now at a standstill.
The real property tax law gives the government the ability to extend the payment time frame up to 21 days and both LIBI and ABLI are asking the state to extend the period for paying these taxes with no additional interest or penalties.
The three highest-priced home sales in Wheatley Heights last month ranged from $350,000 to $375,000.
The 10,000-square-foot building is on 1.04 acres.
Prices rose 6.8 percent in Suffolk and 5.9 percent in Nassau year over year.