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Cushman to lease one-time beer warehouse in LIC

Cushman & Wakefield has been retained on an exclusive basis to market The Mill LIC, an industrial loft recently repositioned into an ultra-modern office/flex leasing opportunity in Long Island City.

A team consisting of managing directors Joshua Kleinberg and Frank Liggio, who focus on leasing in the outer boroughs, will be leading the marketing efforts on behalf of the property.

“The Mill LIC” is the highest quality boutique property on the market today in New York City. With ownerships’ investment and recent renovations, the property is essentially brand new, but still has an incredibly rich history,” said Kleinberg.

“The modern, open floor plans, and high ceilings are perfect for an innovative company looking to lease unique space that inspires creativity and increases productivity.”

The Mill LIC, is located at 46-24 28th Street, in Long Island City between Skillman and 47th Avenue.

The newly renovated 56,000 s/f building consists of a mezzanine, three floors, lower level with elevator access, outdoor communal space. The floors can be leased separately or combined.

The building features two brand new passenger elevators, state-of-the-art HVAC system, newly constructed bathrooms, floor-through LED lighting, modern lobby, private parking and over 150 brand new windows.

46-24 28th Street was once home to E&J Burke, brothers who were the only importers and bottlers of Bass’ Ale and Guinness Stout in the mid-1930s in the United States.

It is situated in one of the strongest transportation hubs in New York City with access to eight subway lines, the East River Ferry, Long Island Railroad, Citibike, highways, bridges, and tunnels.

Located within walking distance of the Falchi & Factory buildings, The Mill offers its tenants access to some of the neighborhoods best local dining & amenities.

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