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Cushman & Wakefield of Long Island, Inc.

Cushman & Wakefield of Long Island, Inc. has been appointed the exclusive leasing agent for i.park Lake Success, a 93-acre multi-tenant campus designed for technology, telecommunications, Internet, and engineering users.

David Leviton, Jim Quinn, Duncan McQuaid and Carlton Wenz of Cushman Wakefield of Long Island, Inc. are advising and representing the property owners, who recently purchased the property from Lockheed Martin Corp.

Approximately 1.4 million square feet of office/technology space is currently available, with optimal column spacing of 40 x 80 and 4,000 parking spaces. Cushman & Wakefield of Long Island is repositioning the property to high-tech, dot-com, back office and telecom companies.

The first phase of renovations on the office and warehouse spare will begin this summer. Enhancements will include the installation of broadband fiber-optic services to meet the technology infrastructure needs of Long Island's growing base of telecommunications and Internet companies, new HVAC systems and extensive landscaping.
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Title Annotation:leasing agent for property wired for high-tech, dot com industry
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:May 24, 2000
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