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CBRE Engaged to Lease Up Opus Point Office Project in LIC

A CBRE team led by EVP John Reinertsen and first VP Michael G. Lee will be marketing the commercial space at Dynamic Star’s Opus Point, which is expected to deliver in the second quarter 2025. The project will repurpose the former headquarters of the Eagle Electric Company in Long Island City into a new 400,000-square-foot office building. 

Dynamic Star and its building and systems design team are designing an amenity-rich office building consistent with the WELL Building Standard that was developed by the International WELL Building Institute. WELL components of Opus Point will include operable windows, fresh air-based ventilation system, enhanced filtration, UV air treatment, moisture and humidity management and control, and touchless building systems. 
“CBRE is proud to have been selected to manage leasing at Opus Point, especially at this time when companies are making their workforces’ well-being a top priority,” said Reinertsen.


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