Muss Development Signs Career Training School to Flushing Plaza
Star Wellness Spa, a career training school and practice salon, has signed a long-term, 5,920-square-foot office and retail lease at Muss Development, LLC’s Flushing Plaza, located at 41-61 Kissena Blvd. in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens.
The career training school and practice salon will conduct medical-related and beauty training and practice for services such as Botox and filler injections, IV treatments, laser treatments, cosmetology, and more. The training school will occupy 60% of the space.
Muss Development was represented internally in the transaction by SVP Ross Spitalnick, along with Michael Wang of Project Queens LLC. Star Wellness Spa was represented by Chan Xu of B Square Realty.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming Star Wellness Spa to Flushing Plaza,” said Jason Muss, president of Muss Development. “The career training school will provide a valuable educational resource for emerging talent within the beauty industry to the surrounding area.”
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).