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Gary Chimeri of Alliance Real Estate represented the buyer, as well as the seller, Sean McAuliffe of International Key Supply, in the sales transaction.
Musalo ran his own company, Alliance Real Estate Group based in Englewood Hills, NJ, for many years, accepting referrals from Greiner-Maltz on many occasions, he said.
Gary Chimeri of Alliance Real Estate represented the buyer, while Mario Asaro of Industry One Realty represented seller I N Credible Properties in the sales transaction.
Gerry Kiley, of Alliance Real Estate, represented the landlord.
Niko Khetaguri of Alliance Real Estate represented the tenant, while Katie O'Shea Rivas was the in-house representative for landlord O'Shea Properties in the lease transaction.
Frank Posillico of Alliance Real Estate represented the tenant, while Gary Pezza and Carmine Inserra of NAI Long Island represented landlord 222 Star Associates in the lease transaction.
Luciano Oliverio of Alliance Real Estate represented the tenant, while Bob Misa of Industry One Realty represented landlord Ricca Properties in the lease transaction.
Brian McGuire of Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services represented the tenant, while Alberto Fiorini and Niko Khetaguri of Alliance Real Estate represented landlord Addison James Properties in the lease transaction.<br />55 Decker Ave., Copiague<br />Valle Signs & Awnings leased a 15,000-square-foot industrial building at 55 Decker St.
Jeremy Hackett of Metro Realty Services represented the buyer, while Alberto Fiorini, Niko Khetaguri and Luciano Oliverio of Alliance Real Estate represented seller Kab Holdings in the sales transaction.
Luciano Oliverio of Alliance Real Estate represented the tenant, while Leonard Gold was the in-house representative for landlord Jowin Associates in the lease transaction.<br />134 Toledo St., Farmingdale<br />Michael Lee, a Deer Park-based real estate investor, purchased a 4,800-square-foot, multi-tenant warehouse at 134 Toldeo St.
in Amityville for $7.65 million.<br />Northeast Elevator will keep one of its two Queens locations, but will relocate its corporate offices and warehousing operations to the new Amityville property.<br />The company was assisted in its Long Island expansion with economic incentives from the Town of Babylon Industrial Development Agency.<br />The building was last occupied by Kleer-Fax, a maker of binders, folders and other stationery items.<br />Chuck Tabone of Newmark Knight Frank represented the buyer, while Frank Posillico of Alliance Real Estate represented seller Danlou Realty LLC, an entity of the Kleer-Fax company, in the sales transaction.
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