Retail Plaza Eyed at Former Seaford Gas Station Property

Breslin Realty working to sell 18,750 square-foot parcel at corner of Sunrise Highway and Washington Avenue.

The boarded up former Getty Station on 3980 Sunrise Highway in Seaford has a sign that reads “closed due to fire damage. We will reopen soon.”

However there are no such plans for the service station to open its doors again and instead retail space is eyed for the 18,750 square-foot property at the corner of Washington Avenue. Garden City-based Breslin Realty is working to sell the parcel and has an asking price of $725,000.

Russell Lico, a broker at Breslin, said there have been a couple interested parties in developing the property as a retail plaza. He said there are still gas tanks on the land that need to be removed.

“It’s a very, very prominent piece of property and we’d like to sell it as soon as we can,” Lico said. 

Thomas April 30, 2012 at 05:47 PM
Hopefully they won't turn it into a strip club.
luvmykids April 30, 2012 at 07:29 PM
glad to see they are finally going to get that corner cleaned up..it's been an eyesore for quite some time......
MAC May 01, 2012 at 01:37 AM
It's the Seaford BOE's fault
brian c. crowley May 01, 2012 at 09:08 PM
build it union.we are the ones who shop and spend money in this area.we live here.


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