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LargaVista looks on Sunnyside as JLL takes on Gaseteria

LargaVista renovated the property after buying it in 2017

Second-generation real estate company LargaVista has tapped JLL to lease The Gaseteria Building in Long Island City.

The firm will provide a full range of marketing and leasing services for the Class A, 66,472-square-foot building located at 30-10 41st Avenue,.

Justin Haber, executive vice president, and Brett Harvey, vice president, will lead the agency leasing assignment and work closely with Adam Good, COO, LargaVista.

“The Gaseteria Building offers a terrific option for commercial tenants that demand substantial light and open space,” said Haber. “It’s an incredible redevelopment with critical access to mass transit.”

The four-story 30-10 41st Avenue was acquired by LargaVista in 2017 and launched a multimillion capital improvement program designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture to reposition and enhance the former industrial building.

The property is adjacent to the Sunnyside Yards at the intersection of Northern Boulevard and 41st Avenue.

The office building features floors ranging from 8,000 to 14,500 s/f, 12-foot to 15-foot ceilings and widely spaced mushroom columns. It also offers a striking, contemporary lobby design, along with new windows, mechanical systems and elevators.

“We are thrilled to bring the Gaseteria Building to market, said Good. “As a true 24/7 live, work and play environment, Long Island City continues to attract a young and talented workforce that companies both large and small want to be around. The addition of this wonderful makeover of a 1920’s industrial building will attract the types of tenants that will positively impact the community at large.”

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