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KDA busy in Brooklyn.

Allison Chambers of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates has brokered three new commercial leases in Brooklyn, totaling 11,700 s/f of space.

Antiqueria, an antiques restoration retailer, will move into a 3,200 s/f space in the Sunset Park Manufacturing and Design Center, located at 62 19th Street in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn. Antiqueria has relocated from Manhattan and will occupy the fourth floor of the four-story, 224,000 s/f property for five years with a five-year option.

The building houses mainly woodworking, metalworking and import tenants and is one of Brooklyn's premier craft, artistic and small product manufacturing commercial facilities.

Venture Paper Supply has signed a three year lease at 111 16th Street, a 2,500 s/f space in the Park Slope section, formerly a bakery. Venture handles sales and distribution of paper and paper products to various industries.

The Paul J. Cooper Center for Human Services, a mental health services facility, will occupy a 3,000 s/f space at 877 East New York Avenue. a one-story, 7,800 s/f property under a 12 year lease.

The former warehouse sits on the border of the Crown Heights and Brownsville sections and was recently converted to offices, from which the company will provide mental health consultation and services to clients.
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Title Annotation:Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates, Antiqueria, Venture Paper Supply, Paul J. Cooper Center for Human Services
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 2, 2005
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