Alma Realty and Cushman & Wakefield announced that Charles H. Greenthal Property Sales, a family-owned and operated property management firm, has signed a 12-year, 15,303-square-foot lease at 30-30 Northern Boulevard in Long Island City, also known as the Apple Building.
Greenthal is expected to bring 105 jobs to the neighborhood and estimates it will move in around late 2017. Greenthal’s corporate management offices will remain in Manhattan.
“The location is perfect for mass transit accessibility,” said Peter Kosteas, commercial property manager at Alma Realty. “The building’s lighting and floor sizes fit the tenant’s needs and the amenities, including an exclusive and free fitness center, bicycle racks, and a roof deck, are second-to-none,”
The eight-story, 213,000-square-foot building features floor plates ranging from 26,000 to 30,000 square feet and 12-to-15-foot high ceilings.
“We were looking for a property in the growing and evolving Long Island City neighborhood,” said Albert Mayas, director of management at Greenthal Property Sales.