Hunt of Hunt Corp. arranges three leases totaling 36,376 s/f; At Anton-Cerrone Associates’ Nassau and Suffolk Counties portfolio

June 06, 2017 - Long Island
220 Miller Place - Hicksville, NY

 

David Hunt,
Hunt Corporate Services

Hicksville, NY According to David Hunt, president of Hunt Corporate Services, Inc., he has brokered three leases totaling 36,376 s/f.

In the first deal, Time-Cap Labs leased 13,000 s/f of warehouse space at 220 Miller Place, Hicksville. Hunt represented the landlord, Anton-Cerrone Associates. Frank Rao of New York Commercial Realty represented the tenant.

“This warehouse space will serve as additional space to accommodate their growing business,” said Hunt.  “A key feature for Time-Cap Labs was the full air-conditioning of the warehouse. Climate control is usually a strict requirement for pharmaceutical operations.”

265 Executive Drive - Plainview, NY

The now fully-leased 60,000 s/f “flex” building at 220 Miller Place is part of an Anton-Cerrone Associates portfolio consisting of over 700,000 s/f of office and flex space throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Hunt exclusively represents Anton-Cerrone.

In the second deal, Hunt leased 8,021 s/f to Moscot Wholesale Corp. at 265 Executive Dr., Plainview. Hunt represented the landlord, Anton-Cerrone Associates, in the lease transaction. Steven Reichman of Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services represented the tenant.

“The building in Plainview will be used for lab space to enhance their operations in both Manhattan and Brooklyn,” said Hunt. 

Located on the South Service Rd.  of the Long Island Expressway in Plainview, 265 Executive Dr. is a 32,620 s/f “flex” building shared by Apria Health, and MasTec. The fully-leased building is part of the Anton-Cerrone Associates portfolio.

In the final lease, Craig Envelope, has leased 15,355 s/f of space at 220 Miller Place, Hicksville. Hunt represented the landlord, Anton-Cerrone Associates. Andrew Blumenthal of Metro Realty Services, represented the tenant.

“Craig Envelope is a great example of the current exodus of industrial companies from Brooklyn and Queens,” said David Hunt. “Industrial values in the boroughs have skyrocketed, making Long Island pricing very attractive.”

The now fully-leased 60,000 s/f “flex” building at 220 Miller Place is part of the Anton-Cerrone Associates portfolio.

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