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CBRE team tapped to find user for ‘uniqueʼ LIC space

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.

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