Inked: Recent LI real estate deals

22 Industrial Blvd., Medford

Channel Communications leased 3,000 square feet of industrial space at 22 Industrial Blvd. in Medford. Michael Zere of Zere Real Estate Services represented the tenant, as well as the landlord, TDS Inc., in the lease transaction.

400 Oser Ave., Hauppauge

Gracious Goodies, a provider of gifts for social and corporate events, leased 2,100 square feet of industrial space at 400 Oser Ave. in Hauppauge. Nicole Alper and James Parnes of Schacker Realty represented the tenant, as well as the landlord, REP A8-2031 LLC, in the lease transaction.

855 Conklin St., Farmingdale

JH Fair, a third-party Amazon distributor, leased 6,332 square feet of industrial space at 855 Conklin St. in Farmingdale. Nicole Alper of Schacker Realty represented the tenant, as well as the landlord, C-1 Realty Co., in the lease transaction.

40 Gazza Blvd., Farmingdale

Milvado Property Group purchased a 40,650-square-foot industrial building on 1.98 acres at 40 Gazza Blvd. in Farmingdale for $6.3 million. The multi-tenant property is 60 percent vacant and Milvado plans on making major capital improvements to attract new tenants. Milvado was represented in-house by David Hercman, while Luciano Oliverio and Gary Chimeri of Paramount Properties Group represented seller Anita Logistics LLC in the sales transaction.

216 Glen Cove Road, Carle Place

Aspen Dental leased 3,500 square feet at 216 Glen Cove Road in Carle Place. The space was formerly occupied by Pier One Imports. Steve Gillman of The Shopping Center Group represented the tenant, while Robert Delavale served as in-house representative for landlord the ­Breslin Organization in the lease transaction.

202 Terminal Drive, Plainview

Bird Bus Sales, a dealer and distributor of school and commercial buses, purchased a 6,900-square-foot flex building on .57 acres at 202 Terminal Drive in Plainview for $1.95 million. The company plans to use the building for corporate offices and training. Ralph Perna of Schacker Realty represented the buyer, while Kyle Burkhardt and Patrick Ciancimino of Cushman & Wakefield represented seller Pro-Tek Services in the sales transaction.

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