WOODSIDE — An tiny triangular lot adjacent to Long Island Rail Road tracks has been listed at nearly $400,000, according to its broker.
A "for sale" sign was put inside the 45-by-20-foot vacant commercial lot at 57-01 39th Ave. last week.
Miguel Cabrera, who works with the agent Kathy Vasquez, says it's ideal for a commercial building up to three stories high.
The official listing price is $399,000, he said.
"There's a preemptive plan for commercial," he said.
It was owned by the city until 2005, when it was sold to a realty corporation for $575, records show.
That corporation sold it in five years later to another corporation for $20,000 — who, a year later, flipped it to another group for $75,000, according to city records.
The lot is also across the street from the newly-built P.S. 361.