The manufacturer of high-quality printing products in the screen printing and textile industry will leave their 6,000-square-foot space at 100-7 91st Avenue in favor of a 14,000-square-foot space at 100-24 91st Avenue. The new warehouse spans two stories with 4,000 square feet utilizing the ground floor and 10,000 square feet on the second floor.
“[Xenon Products] wanted heavy power for the manufacturing aspect of their business, drive in doors to bring in the materials, loading unloading, high ceilings,” said Dmitri Gourianov of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates. “They wanted to stay close to their old location which was across the street.”
Mr. Gourianov represented the tenant and worked alongside his colleague, Neil Dolgin, who represented the landlord, Wilmington Properties.
Mr. Dolgin, a principal and partner of the firm, has worked extensively in long-range planning, feasibility evaluation, and requirements for expansion of industrial operations. The pair have worked extensively together on numerous deals and are currently listing several industrial warehouses in the Jamaica, Richmond Hill, and Long Island City neighborhoods.
Xenon Products started out as a screen printing manufacturing business and has grown over the years to expand within the printing and adhesive industry. The company was instrumental in developing a biodegradable water-based ink degradent, NOVOC, that in compliance with California environment laws in 2004. Xenon has further developed client specific adhesives, namely the Eastman Kodak that adheres laminated lead foil to photography paper.
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