Inked: Recent Long Island real estate deals

Inked: Recent Long Island real estate deals

170 Michael Drive, Syosset
Cultural Arts Playhouse Academy leased 8,120 square feet at 170 Michael Drive in Syosset. The new location will feature two new performance spaces, an 80-seat main stage and a 50-seat black box area. Jeff Jurick of Woodburybased Premier Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant and the landlord, 170 Michael Drive LLC in the lease transaction.

170 Michael Drive, Syosset
Long Island Swimming leased 13,000 square feet at 170 Michael Drive in Syosset. The Garden City-based swim school and club is expanding its operations with two indoor pools at the new location. Michael Ventre of Windsor
Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant and David Chinitz of Park Place Realty Group represented landlord 170 Michael Drive LLC in the lease negotiations.

147 East Second St., Mineola
The law firm of Hannum Feretic Prendergast & Merlino, which specializes in insurance coverage and defense litigation, as well as construction defect, labor law, and trucking and product liability, leased 2,500 square feet office
space at 147 East Second St. in Mineola. The tenant was self-represented, while landlord Great Neck Saw Manufacturers was represented by Chuck Syage of Hunt Corporate Services in Plainview.

2115 Jericho Turnpike, Commack

Bar Louie, a national bar-and-grill restaurant concept, leased a 9,100-square-foot building on 2 acres at 2115 Jericho Turnpike. The site was formerly occupied by Chuck E. Cheese. Anthony Russo of Katz Associates represented the tenant and Jonathan Winzelberg of Sabre Real Estate Group represented landlord Cinron Associates in the lease transaction.

 

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