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Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates, Inc. has arranged for the $2.15 million sale of a 9,700 square-foot property in Woodside, announced Kalmon Dolgin and Neil Dolgin, co-presidents of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates.

Vincent Lopez of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates was the broker for both the buyer, Video Concepts, and the seller, IL Nuraghe.

For the last two decades, Video Concepts, has been a leader in production and staging, creative services, interactive media, and event planning solutions, according to Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates.

The company is relocating and expanding from a self-owned, 4,400 square-foot space in Astoria to the Woodside property at 34-39 56th Street.

The property consists of a two-story warehouse and features 24-foot ceilings, two drive-in doors, a 1,200-square-foot mezzanine level and eight parking spaces.

The building underwent a state-of-the-art renovation by the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association before the seller purchased the building for wholesale wine storage, according to Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates. IL Nuraghe then sold the wine business and rented the property to Eurocraft Stone, a marble manufacturer, until listing it for sale with Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates.

Located between 37th Avenue and Broadway, the building is near the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, Northern Boulevard, Queens Boulevard and the Grand Central Parkway, and is also accessible to the Woodside Long Island Rail Road station and the 7, M, and R subway lines.

 

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