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Long Island brokers sell Queens building for $4.8M


The 47,062-square-foot, four-story Queens Corporate Center building in Queens Village has been sold to GWB Realty Associates of New Jersey for about $4.8 million. The building at 221-10 Jamaica Avenue is being renovated with new common areas, bathrooms and a redone exterior, according to David Sargoy, director of the commercial real estate division of Brown Harris [...]


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By: David Winzelberg March 22, 2012 Comments Off The 47,062-square-foot, four-story Queens Corporate Center building in Queens Village has been sold to GWB Realty Associates of New Jersey for about $4.8 million. The building at 221-10 Jamaica Avenue is being renovated with new common areas, bathrooms and a redone exterior, according to David Sargoy, director of the commercial real estate division of Brown Harris Stevens on Long Island, who along with Zubin Hassid, BHS director of investments and leasing, brokered the deal. More breaking news Ex-Long Beach firefighter arrested for “defrauding” cityBNL dedicates $912M synchrotronNeighbor: CO detector could have saved two livesSenators call for investigation into Verizon ‘supercookies’Anthem warns about ‘phishing’ emails after massive hackTurboTax stops processing state tax returns on fraud reportsFinancing secured, affordable project gets goingInked: Recent Long Island real estate dealsChilling effectRoad to recovery paved with ambiguity Share this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitterGoogle +1 Brown Harris Stevens Long Island office building Queens Village Real Estate 3:17 pm Thu, March 22, 2012 Long Island Business News David Winzelberg Tagged with: Brown Harris Stevens Long Island office building Queens Village Real Estate Previous: Kominicki: Questioning Mitt Romney’s Super PAC Next: Estee Lauder relocating 58 jobs off Long Island About the Author David Winzelberg covers real estate, franchising, culture and white-collar crime for Long Island Business News. He can reached via email at david.winzelberg@libn.com or at (631) 913-4247Follow him on Twitter @DavidWinzelberg. div.digital-edition img { padding: 4px; margin: 12px 8px 3px 3px; display: inline; border: 1px solid #cbcdcc; } div.digital-edition p {margin:8px 0 0 0;padding-bottom: 0;} Digital Edition The look and feel of print, on your screen. Current edition Subscribe now Movers & Shakers Basson joins Neurological Surgery Sodano named chairman of CHSLI Gorman named partner at Westerman Ball LIREG announces executive board Follow @LIBN on Twitter LIBN Morning E-Alert: DiNapoli blasts ESD // Snow hurting LI businesses // Hackers target healthcare http://t.co/wePfiTsKnS 14 hours ago LIBN Afternoon E-Alert: Cuomo pushes small biz tax cuts // Customers Bank coming to LI // Trade deficit jumps http://t.co/JvTOq9eTT1 2015/02/05 On LI, @NYGovCuomo calls for small biz tax cuts; via @birz_business http://t.co/UMHXvuS2xr 2015/02/05 LIBN Morning E-Alert: LI exec found dead // Unemployment applications rise // Construction jobs up http://t.co/JiR53DFPee 2015/02/05 "); //]]>--> Subscribe To RSS Feed 10,461 Followers 2,541 Fans The Poll With the former Fortunoff site off the table, where should Nassau OTB build its mini-casino? Belmont Racetrack in Elmont Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream Race Palace in Plainview Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale Other View Results  Loading ... LIBN on Flickr "); //]]>--> If this tag is to be placed on an SSL page, change the * 'http://ad1.dolanadserver.com/libn/www/delivery/...' * to * 'https://ad1.dolanadserver.com/libn/www/delivery/...' * * This noscript section of this tag only shows image bannersThere * is no width or height in these banners, so if you want these tags to * allocate space for the ad before it shows, you will need to add this * information to the tag. * * If you do not want to deal with the intricities of the noscript * section, delete the tag (from ..to )On * average, the noscript tag is called from less than 1% of internet * users. */--> "); //]]>--> My Account LOG IN SUBSCRIBE MANAGE ACCOUNT PRIVACY POLICY Recent Posts Ex-Long Beach firefighter arrested for “defrauding” city BNL dedicates $912M synchrotron Neighbor: CO detector could have saved two lives Senators call for investigation into Verizon ‘supercookies’ Anthem warns about ‘phishing’ emails after massive hack TurboTax stops processing state tax returns on fraud reports LIBN ABOUT CONTACT US EVENTS REPRINTS ADVERTISE DOLAN BUSINESS BOOKS

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