New Jersey-based Moishe’s Self Storage filed a zoning lot description with the city that divides a large Long Island City tax parcel with 97,500 square feet of lot area into two distinct parcels. The city shows 10 individual buildings on the pre-existing single lot.
The pre-existing lot, lot 1, has 407,000 square feet of existing building space, with about 79,000 square feet of potential air rights, according to a PincusCo analysis of as-of-right figures according to property records.
The filing was made on May 7 and was recorded with the city on May 28.
Moishe’s Self Storage operates a large eight-story storage building with the address 8-33 40th Avenue on what will be the new tax lot 101. That new tax lot has about 46,000 square feet of lot area. The other tax lot, occupied now by lower buildings, will keep the old tax lot number 1, and has a lot area of about 51,500 square feet.