The CBRE team of Joshua Kleinberg, Ruben Kast DeMartinez and Matthew Giordano has been appointed leasing agent for an opportunity in Long Island City at 38-27 30th Street.
The three-story, 30,000 s/f office design center, which housed the Fischer Landau Center for Art’s museum, is available for immediate occupancy.
The property provides a canvas for an office user looking to create a total work environment that is specific to its needs and vision in the heart of Long Island City, according to the brokerage team.
“This is a rare asset in one of the most desirable locations outside of Manhattan,” said Kleinberg. “It was thoughtfully designed by the current tenant and offers a truly extraordinary space.”
Originally constructed in the 1930s the loft building has undergone a series of renovations over the past few decades.
It is currently configured as open space with polished concrete floors and white walls that are used to display a variety of artwork. All of the floors have abundant natural light and are serviced by a modern passenger elevator and two staircase egress.
There is also a 2,700 s/f lot that can be used for an outdoor area or dedicated parking. Located within a five-minute walk to the N, W, M and R subway lines and less than 10 minutes to the 7 and F lines, it allows for a convenient commute to any of the five boroughs.