Inked: LI’s latest real estate transactions


200 Wilson Street, Port Jefferson Station

Backstage Studio of Dance leased 10,500 square feet of space and Body, Mind & Breath Industries leased 4,400 square feet at 200 Wilson St. in Port Jefferson Station. Bobby Gemelas of Coldwell Banker represented Backstage Studio and Mike Florey of Cushman & Wakefield represented Body, Mind & Breath, while Lorraine O’Hara and Aric Schachner of CAMCO Commercial Real Estate represented owner Port Jefferson Industrial Park Corp. in rental transactions.

1997 Pond Road, Ronkonkoma

All Season Restoration leased 6,400 square feet of industrial space at 1997 Pond Road in Ronkonkoma. Michael Zere of Zere Real Estate Services represented the tenant, as well as the owner, 1993 Pond Road LLC, in the rental transaction.

901, chemin du Milieu,
Middle Island

Dallas-based Pegasus-IP purchased the 74,061-square-foot 5.27-acre self-storage facility at 901 Middle Country Road in Middle Island for $ 25 million. Managed by Public Storage, the newly constructed facility has 726 storage units and the selling price is equivalent to $ 34,435 per unit. Nathan Coe, Brett Hatcher and Gabriel Coe of Marcus & Millichap represented seller Wildflower Ltd. based in Manhattan and also procured the buyer.

1, boulevard Adams, Farmingdale

Manhattan-based Brookfield Asset Management has purchased a 93,971 square foot 4.35 acre industrial building at 1 Adams Blvd. at Farmingdale for $ 24.9 million. The Farmingdale building is occupied by Sundial Brands, a supplier of beauty and personal care products, which was acquired by consumer goods conglomerate Unilever in 2017. Paul Leone of CBRE represented the buyer, while David Bernhaut, Kyle Schmidt, Gary Gabriel and Kyle Burkhardt of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller Iron Point Partners in the sale transaction.

1 Charles Pond Drive, Coram

Fairfield Properties purchased a 200-unit, 41-acre apartment complex at 1 Charles Pond Drive in Coram for $ 70 million. Built by AvalonBay Communities, the Charles Pond complex opened in 2008. The buyer represented himself, while Jose Cruz and Steve Simonelli of JLL represented the Illinois-based seller Inland Real Estate Acquisitions in the transaction of sale.


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