Industry One in the News

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32 Foster Ave, Sayville:

Brian Campbell purchased a 827-square-foot retail building at 32 Foster Ave. in Sayville for $260,000. Carmine LiBretti of Industry One Realty represented the buyer and the seller, 5 Ch’s Properties LLC, in the sales transaction.

Source: https://libn.com/2019/02/05/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-116/

840 South 2nd St., Ronkonkoma:


Euro Metalsmith’s Inc. purchased a 4,505-square-foot industrial building at 840 South 2nd St. in Ronkonkoma for $825,000. Richard Pidgeon of Industry One Realty represented the buyer, while Joseph Sorbara of ACC Space represented seller Hadfield Inc. in the sales transaction.

Source: https://libn.com/2019/02/05/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-116/

281 Skip Lane, Bay Shore:

 

Dakota Property Preservation & Home Improvement leased 2,000 square feet of industrial space at 281 Skip Lane in Bay Shore. Andrew Gonzalez of Industry One Realty represented the tenant, while Katie O’Shea Rivas was the in-house representative for landlord O’Shea Properties in the lease transaction.

Source: https://libn.com/2019/01/22/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-115/

20 Brandywine Drive, Deer Park:

 

Champion Painting leased 6,500 square feet of industrial space at 20 Brandywine Drive in Deer Park. Lisa Sciortino of Industry One Realty represented the tenant, while Industry One’s Rich Pidgeon represented landlord MER Holding Corp. in the lease transaction. 

Source: https://libn.com/2019/01/22/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-115/

1855 New Hwy, Farmingdale:

CVC Tech leased 4,500 square feet of industrial space at 1855 New Highway in Farmingdale. Lisa Sciortino of Industry One Realty represented the tenant as well as the landlord, 1855 LLC, in the lease transaction.

Source: https://libn.com/2018/12/04/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-110/

25 W. Jefryn Blvd., Deer Park:

 

ACA Electric leased 3,000 square feet of industrial space at 25 W. Jefryn Blvd. Andrew Gonzalez of Industry One Realty represented the tenant, while landlord Sound Capital was self-represented in the lease transaction.

Source: https://libn.com/2019/01/16/inked-recent-li-real-estate-deals-114/