Flushing Consulting Services
Tenant RepRESENTATION AND CONSULTATION
Politan’s Tenant Representation and Consultation services helps tenants optimize their real estate acquisitions based on their financial, business and operational needs. Whether we are providing clients with acquisition, expansion or relocation Politan’s Tenant Representation and Consultation services are keynoted by our in-depth knowledge of the Flushing business and real estate market, combined with our ever-evolving problem solving strategies.
Flushing Tenant Representation and Consultation services include strategy development, build-to-suit planning, demographic analysis, logistic/distribution services, market analysis, cost of occupancy analyses, and negotiations.
Downtown Flushing is Queens’ premiere destination where residents and visitors alike can experience a melting pot of cultures, cuisines, and shops within a lively central business district. Located off of the Flushing Creek in Northeast Queens, Downtown Flushing’s location provides a number of competitive advantages that have stimulated its massive expansion as a center for business and transportation. The area is served by the Downtown Flushing Transit Hub Business Improvement District (BID) and is made accessible by several means of transportation including the 7 subway line, the Long Island Rail Road, NYC Select Bus Service, and the Whitestone, Van Wyck, and Long Island Expressways.
On any given trip to Downtown Flushing, visitors can conveniently shop, dine, and access professional services from unique businesses and entrepreneurs from around the world. Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue form the district’s commercial crossroads, with a dense and eclectic mix of Chinese small businesses, national retailers, and financial institutions. Closer to Flushing Creek, College Point Boulevard is characterized by home furnishing wholesalers and warehouses despite the recent introduction of new mixed-use shopping centers. Union Street is ever-evolving and has traditionally been identified as a center of the Korean American community in Queens which has extended eastward over time along Northern Boulevard. These streets are also home to many of the neighborhood’s entertainment, and cultural venues like the Citi Field, Billie Jean King Stadium, Flushing Town Hall, and Flushing Meadow’s Corona Park.
As Downtown Flushing has become an epicenter for professional services, businesses and national chains, various Real Estate development groups have started to build up the area. With over 10 new development sites being planned or built in the past 10 years, Flushing is securing it’s place as the outer boroughs’ center for business. New developments include Flushing Commons, Renaissance Tower, Skyview Parc, One Fulton and Queens Crossing, with Tangram, The Farrington, Eastern Mirage and C A Plaza being finished within the next 5 years.