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Wood Products Wholesaler Inks Full-Building Lease on LI

Atlantic Plywood Corporation has leased the entire 46,161-square-foot building at 220 Smith St. in the Nassau County village of Farmingdale, NY. Lease terms were not disclosed.

NAI Long Island’s Brian Pinnola and Matthew Giugliano, together with NAI James E. Hanson’s Barry Cohorsky, represented Massachusetts-based Atlantic Plywood, a leading wholesale supplier of wood products with nine branch locations across New England, upstate New York and the New York metro area.

NKF’s Brian Lee and Dan Marcus represented the unidentified landlord. 220 Smith has 18’ clear ceilings and multiple loading docks, and sits on a 2.2-acre paved and fully-fenced site.

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