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Lincoln Equities sells LI logistics hub for $75M

JLL Capital Markets has closed the $74.5 million sale of Lincoln Logistics @ Hicksville, a brand new, 195,610 s/f distribution warehouse in the densely populated Long Island community of Hicksville, New York.

JLL marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Lincoln Equities Group. An institutional investor purchased the asset. 

Completed in December of 2020, Lincoln Logistics @ Hicksville is fully occupied by The Home Depot and serves as the tenant’s market distribution operation on Long Island. The building features 36-foot clear heights, 50-by 54-foot wide column spacing, 29 dock-high doors, two drive-in doors and 4,185 square feet of office space. The building is situated on 10 acres at 344 Duffy Ave. in an infill area with limited new supply. This location allows the tenant to reach Long Island’s growing population of eight million people. Additionally, the property is less than 22 miles from John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia Airports.

The JLL Capital Markets team representing the seller was led by Senior Managing Director Jose Cruz; Directors Marc Duval, Jordan Avanzato and Tyler Peck; Vice Chairman Rob Kossar; Managing Director Leslie Lanne; and Executive Vice President Tom DiMicelli.

“There was a very strong response to the offering from the institutional buyers given the credit, term, location and quality of the real estate,” Cruz said. “Surety of cash flow today is top of the investor list of requirements, and the pricing is reflective of that.”

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