Queens, NY According to Kalmon Dolgin and Neil Dolgin, co-presidents of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates (KDA), the firm has arranged a new, 17,060 s/f lease to Tri-Country Care, a healthcare rehab provider, at The Lion Match Building located at 22-15 43rd Ave. in Long Island City section.
KDA broker Jeffrey Unger represented the tenant, Tri-Country Care while Joseph Grotto and Ed Kent of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord in the lease at The Lion Match Building.
Tri-County Care is a Care Coordination Org. designated to provide support services including home care, personal care, health home care management, rehabilitation services, and manages long-term care. Tri-County Care will use the building for administrative offices.
The four-story property at 22-15 43rd Ave. was built in 1924 as a manufacturing and warehousing facility for the Lion Match Co. and features 60,000 s/f of retail and commercial use. The second and third floors of the building have been fully renovated with new tenant-controlled HVAC systems, and with corridors and bathrooms. The lobby was also renovated and now includes a full wall mural of the Queensboro Bridge. Current tenants at the complex include RCN Telecom Services of N.Y., ClearChoice Management Services and Werwaiss & Co.
The building is situated on 43rd Ave. between 23rd St. and 21st St. It offers access to the N, W, E, G, 7, M, R, and E subway lines and is just minutes from Midtown Manhattan.