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Metropolitan Realty, Angelo Gordon Acquire Ronkonkoma Industrial

Metropolitan Realty Associates (MRA) and Angelo Gordon have acquired two industrial properties in Ronkonkoma, NY for $28.3 million. Located at 195 13th Ave. and 2175 5th Ave., the properties are both single-tenant, single-story industrial assets with a combined square footage of 135,000 square feet. 

Both acquisitions are part of MRA’s and Angelo Gordon’s $50 million programmatic venture, which is focused on industrial assets in the Long Island market.  

“We believe the recent pullback in capital markets has created an opportunity to deploy equity into top tier, supply-constrained industrial markets at attractive pricing levels,” said Joseph Farkas, CEO and founder of MRA. “The Suffolk County industrial market has seen its vacancy rates shrink to below 3% over the past 12 months, with rental rates rising by more than 30% to $16.00-per-square-foot-net during the same period.” In particular, Ronkonkoma’s vacancy rate stands at just 2.5%. 


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